With the exception of the Google Pixel 6a, the first Android 13 security update started trickling out to eligible Pixel devices last week. The update for the Google Pixel 6a has arrived and is already rolling out, despite Google’s previous warning that it might be somewhat delayed.
This is indeed the September security patch with the build number TP1A.2209505.004.A2. Last week’s update brought fixes that addressed battery drain, a fix for a Bluetooth bug, and a fix for a notification bug. Google also pushed some improvements to the performance and reliability of the in-display fingerprint scanner.
Google also made enhancements to in-display scanners in late last week’s release of the first QPR1 Beta build for Android 13 across Pixel devices. You should download the most current update, which will enhance the in-display scanning experience, whether or not you are running the QPR1 Beta.