It’s March and that time of the month for Google to push out its monthly security patches for its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones. This update should come with some goodies that some users might enjoy including improved Camera app startup and responsiveness and storage performance improvements.
Other than the update improving the camera start-up that people needed and improving storage performance (read and write speeds to the flash storage), Google has also improved recovery in the instance of an OTA update failing. Bluetooth reliability has also been improved along with improving playback of encrypted media some video apps.
Here’s what the update from Google entails.
|A-122471935||Camera||Improves Startup and responsiveness of Camera app||Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL|
|Performance||Improves recovery in the instance of OTA update failure||Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL|
|A-120920537||Performance||Improves storage performance on Pixel 3 devices||Pixel 3, Pixel3 XL|
|A-119776006||Bluetooth||Improves bluetooth reliability on Pixel 3 devices||Pixel 3, Pixel3 XL|
|Media||Improves playback of encrypted media on some video apps||Pixel 3, Pixel3 XL|
To check and see if you have the update, go to your settings > System > Advanced > System Update screen and if it’s there, your device will start downloading the update automatically. If not, you can hit the Check for update button and hopefully, it’ll load the update for you.
Some users may not have experienced some of these bugs to a certain extent, but the camera app loading slowly is one thing that I have experienced on my Pixel 3 XL, so this update being pushed out is nice. The shutter speed is also getting a little laggy on my end too prior to this update, so hopefully, that can be fixed at some point too if I’m not the only one. On the other hand, our Senior Editor hasn’t had any issues with the shutter speed on his Pixel 3, nor noticed any differences after the update.
Have any of you readers gotten the update yet for your Pixel 3 device? Has anyone experienced the camera app loading much faster now? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, or Facebook. You can also comment on our MeWe page by joining the MeWe social network.Source: Android
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