Google Pixel Phone Update Installation Could Get Much Faster With Future Update: Report

Google is reportedly engaged on sooner full over-the-air (OTA) updates for its Pixel telephones. The tech big is claimed to be planning to scale back the set up time for OTA updates. Updates are put in within the background on Pixel telephones, permitting customers to proceed to make use of their gadgets with out ready for the method to finish. Nevertheless, it takes so long as 20 minutes, and the corporate is claimed to have submitted software program patches to hurry up the method to the Android Open Supply Venture (AOSP) code tracker.

In line with an Android Police report citing Esper’s Mishaal Rahman, the patches, which have been submitted on Google’s code tracker, can cut back the time by round ten minutes or 43 % to put in a full OTA replace on a Pixel smartphone.

A screenshot of the code submitted for evaluation reveals that it took round 13 minutes to put in a 2.2GB OTA replace on a Pixel 6 Professional with the brand new patches. The method is at the moment stated to take round 23 minutes.

In line with the small print shared by Rahman, the patches additionally cut back the time taken to put in a 376MB “incremental” OTA replace which is round 27 % sooner, from 22 minutes to 16 minutes. After putting in the OTA, Pixel customers merely must reboot their telephone to make use of the up to date system.

As per the report, the primary patch permits COW (copy-on-write) operations in a cluster and the second patch makes use of two threads for sooner snapshot compression. These patches are stated to scale back the set up instances for updates by round six minutes.

It’s value noting that Google is but to approve the patches which can be claimed to enhance the pace of putting in updates, and the corporate is but to make any announcement on this regard.

In current information, Google rolled out free entry to the corporate’s Google One VPN for its Pixel 7 sequence in a number of nations. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Professional handsets can now connect with Google’s VPN without cost.

The corporate’s VPN service is at the moment accessible in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Eire, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the UK and the US. These prepared to get the function on different gadgets are required to subscribe to the 2TB cloud storage plan on Google One priced at $10 (roughly Rs. 800) a month.

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