The July Pixel update is now available as one of the final Android 13 updates, following the June release of a big quarterly platform update and Pixel Feature Drop that included new functionality and numerous bug fixes. It is anticipated to be somewhat less significant than last month’s and ought to prepare us well for the next Android 14 release.

Prepare your Pixel 4a, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel 7a for an update right away. The initial updates for your Pixel Fold or Pixel Tablet should also be available. The fact that new Pixel smartphones are receiving upgrades is huge news, even if it’s just a tiny update. As I type this, a 23.27MB update is downloading to my Pixel Tablet. It is also visible to others who have Pixel phones.

For those in the Android Beta Program, you are not likely to receive an update. When you are in that program, you are on a different software track.

July Google Pixel update builds


  • Pixel 4a: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 4a (5G): TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 5: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 5a (5G):  TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 6: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 6 Pro: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 6a: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 7: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 7 Pro: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel 7a: TQ3A.230705.001
  • Pixel Fold: TQ3C.230705.001.C1
  • Pixel Tablet: TQ3A.230705.001.B4
  • Pixel Watch:  RWDC.230705.001


  • Pixel 7: TQ3A.230705.001.A1
  • Pixel 7 Pro: TQ3A.230705.001.A1
  • Pixel 7a: TQ3A.230705.001.A1
  • Pixel Fold: TQ3C.230705.001.B1


  • Pixel 6: TQ3A.230705.001.A1
  • Pixel 6 Pro: TQ3A.230705.001.A1
  • Pixel 6a: TQ3A.230705.001.A1


  • Pixel Fold: TQ3C.230705.001.C2

July Google Pixel update bug fixes

No major bug fixes to report on any device outside of the Pixel Tablet. For Google’s biggest screen, they list the following:

  • Battery & Charging: General improvements for charging, battery usage or thermal performance in certain conditions
  • User Interface: Fix for issue occasionally causing lock screen notification text to display behind unlock UI elements

Again, Google should begin pushing these updates shortly over-the-air (Settings>System>System update), but if you don’t want to wait for Google and prefer to update manually, you will find each factory image or OTA file at the links below. For instructions on how to flash a factory image, here you go. For instructions on how to flash an OTA .zip file, here you go.


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OneUI 5.1 full features list – #leak

Snoopy Tech, a Twitter tipster, has published a number of documents that appear to be original Samsung docs. The sites add to the previously disclosed material we revealed in the