Quarterly feature drops for phones like the Google Pixel 5 often take up much of the spotlight when they’re released, but they normally come along with security patches that include several quality improvements. The March security update is no different, squashing a few bugs that some Pixel owners have been experiencing lately.
The last few generations of Pixel phones, starting with the Google Pixel 3, are receiving a fix that addresses a connection issue with Android Auto that would cause it to randomly disconnect. The update also fixes notifications for starred contacts when in Do Not Disturb mode, so you should not have to worry about missing critical alerts from important contacts.
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