Every month, there is a new Android security patch released by Google. These updates called “OTA” which means “over the air” are released for resolving any and all security issues that have been uncovered in Android and their own Pixel phones. The update automatically arrives on your phone but you can also manually install or transfer the update.
For those who want to learn how to install Android OTA Pixel Repair Tool, here are some few steps to take:
1. The first step to take is to choose your career. Many of you might be asking how do I do this, well it’s very simple. Open your browser, and go over to the Pixel Repair Tool’s landing page. Once you have done that, select the carrier you purchased on your Pixel Phone by clicking the “Select your carrier” button.
2. The second step to take is to put your phone into Rescue Mode. The rescue mode is a special mode used primarily when installing an update. To put your phone on rescue mode, put off and unplug your phone. You then press down the power and volume buttons at the same time until the Bootloader screen is shown.
Once the Bootloader screen is shown, use the volume buttons to scroll through options until you see “Rescue mode,” then press the Power button. You’ll now see the Android mascot lying on his back with an exclamation point over it.
3. Once you are done with step 2, connect your phone to your computer using your USB. Click the connect phone button to the Pixel Repair Tool. Having done that, Chrome will then ask you for permission to give the website access to your phone through your USB. Then you click your phone’s name and then Connect to grant permission.
4. The fourth step is to select and confirm the update. The Pixel Repair Tool will now determine if your Pixel is in need of an update, in regard to the information you have given earlier about your carrier and other information. If there is an update ready, you will be sure t see “Update recommended” and a large button labeled “Update phone.” If everything looks the way it should, click “Confirm.”
5. For the fifth step, you need to install the update, Once you have everything, the Pixel Repair Tool will handle the rest. All you need to do is to leave your phone plugged throughout the entire process. When the update is done installing, your phone will restart automatically, and you’ll be on the newest update. To ensure the update has gone through successfully, you can go to the Settings app, tap About phone, then select the Android version. The Android security patch level will show you which update you’re on.
Last but not the list, exit Rescue Mode.
To do this, press and hold the Power button for about 10 seconds to restart the phone, but note that you’ll still be in Rescue Mode. Just press and hold the power button again for 10 seconds and your Pixel will reboot to its normal state.