Google releases updates for compatible Pixel devices; Android 14 no, September security patch yes

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The update arrived today for Pixel handsets. Is it Android 14? Oh, sorry, no. September Security Update (2023-09-01) Google has rolled out for Pixel 4a (5G) through Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel Fold. If your compatible Pixel device hasn’t received the update, it should soon (for example, my Pixel 6 Pro is running Android 14 Beta 5.3 hasn’t received it yet). The update does not list any functional updates (bug fixes), noting that it “includes security patches for Pixel users”.
Google says, “All supported Pixel devices running Android 13 will receive these software updates starting today. The rollout will continue over the next week in phases depending on carrier and device. Users will receive a notification when the OTA is available for their device.” You can download the update by going to settings > system > System update and follow the instructions.
therefore Android 14, it now appears that we won’t see the release of the stable version of the next Android build until the unveiling of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro on October 4. Originally, Google had hoped to release Android 14 Sometime in August. It was speculated that Google will also release Android 14 QPR1 Beta 1 today which will kick off the beta program for quarterly platform releases known as Pixel Feature Drops. This update may be released sometime this week.
If you want to exit Android 14 Beta program Without joining the QPR beta and wiping your phone, here’s what you do. From tomorrow, wait to receive Android 14 Update QPR1 Beta 1 but do not install it. Instead, deselect Android 14 Beta Program When you are offered QPR Beta. You will get an update to downgrade your phone to Android 13. Do not install it. From this point, wait for stability Android 14 To get the OTA update and install it.

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