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- Google’s January software update has been released for Pixel phones.
- According to reports, the latest update has broken Bluetooth pairing.
- This problem appears to affect a few brands of cars, including Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti and Kia.
Google has released the latest software update to Pixel 4a and later pixel models. You might want to wait until you install it. There are reports that the update caused automatic Bluetooth pairing to fail.
Google released the January software updates for select Pixel phones a few days back. The Google He saysThe update addresses security concerns and adds “static spacial audio support,” which will provide surround-sound for any connected headset.
Anthony Iles noticed that his Kia Cerato’s bluetooth was not working after he had updated his Pixel 6 Pro. Finally, he decided to use a Bluetooth FM transmitter instead.
It looks like the @The GoogleMy Bluetooth connection was broken by the January 2023 Pixel security upgrade for my Google Pixel 6 Pro. @employee2015 model of Cerato. I had to plug the FM Bluetooth transmitter in the cigarette lighter port. I hope the February update will fix these issues. 🚗
After creating and tweeting, you can create a Reddit postMany Pixel owners have begun to voice their frustrations around this issue by sharing their experiences.
Eales’ tweet was responded to by the Made by Google Team, who tweeted asking if Eales had attempted their troubleshooting steps.
We are sure that you understand the importance of this. We are sure you understand how important this is. Have you tried the troubleshooting steps provided in this guide? https://t.co/QaVtlZFtWxLet us know. Tina
According to Iles Iles none of the troubleshooting options on Google’s part seem to be working. Even trying to access developer options did not work.
The problem appears to be affecting not only Kia cars but also a variety other car brands. At this time, reports indicate that the problem is affecting Kia, Toyota and Infiniti vehicles as well as Honda, Volvo and Volvo.
Google has not yet revealed a solution at the time of writing.
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