November 2019 Security Update Factory Images for Google Pixel Phones

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Factory Images for Google Pixel Phones

Google has now started to roll out new December 2019 update to all supported Pixel phones. In our guide, you can directly download the official factory images/firmware for your device. The images can be then manually flash making them quite useful for a quick upgrade. Make sure to upgrade if you have been facing glitches or issues before.

Google is still patching updates starting from the latest Pixel 4/XL and going back to Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL. These updates are quite important as they ensure security and reliability. Make sure these updates will reach via OTA automatically on your phone.

Google Pixel Security Bulletin – December 2019

These devices are compatible with the new December 2019 security patch is Pixel 4 XL/4, Pixel 3a XL/3a, Pixel 3 XL/3, and Pixel 2 XL/2.

Making these images available for manual download, Google starts pushing them directly through their update servers to compatible devices. We did see Check for Update functionality, which is built-in to the Android system. How to check? To check for an available update, go to Settings > System > System update > Check for update.

Functional Patches:

There are some of the key new additions coming to Pixel phones. Some are fixes dedicated to the new Pixel 4 whilst there are others spanning a wider compatibility list.

Download Google Pixel December 2019 Factory Images

Download links are below for those who want to flash their phones manually without waiting to currently run custom ROMs / mods:

December2019-FunctionalPatches-Android10 (1)

NOTE: Unfortunately, Pixel C has been dropped from support, there will be no further official software updates for the tablet.

Download December 2019 Security Update for:

NOTE: If installing these factory images on your Google Pixel or Nexus devices, you also need the latest fastboot tool.

Conclusion:

For further queries and questions let us know in the comment section below!

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