Update: The March Pixel Watch update includes several bug fixes, new features, and the most recent security patch.
Wear OS 3.5 was included with the Pixel Watch at launch. Google confirmed that the series would receive up to three major Android updates and five security updates per year.
Wear OS 3.5 is the most recent stable version.
The most recent Google Pixel Watch update
Google has finally released the significant March 2023 software update for the Pixel Watch on March 21, 2023. The Pixel Watch is now using the March security patch as a result of this upgrade.
The new build number, RWDA.230114.008.R1, has a variation, RWDA.230114.008.J2, for watches sold in Taiwan and Japan. The following is the complete changelog for the most recent Pixel Watch update, according to 9to5Google.
While the device is turned off, the Digital Clock is now accessible with a button press. The red low battery warning and the time will now appear when the crown is pushed.
You may now turn on AOD by turning the haptic crown in addition to enabling it in the watch’s settings or the companion app. When AOD is turned off, the screen activates and the ambient mode brightens the display.
To increase the sensitivity of touchscreen activity, optimizations have been made.
This update completely enables battery saver enable/disable single tap support in QSS.
A fix for the Clock app that addresses some alarms that have been starting slowly or incorrectly will be made available via the PlayStore in the upcoming weeks.
Make sure Auto-update applications is selected in Play Store > Settings on your watch, and you’ll receive this update as soon as it becomes available when your watch is charging and connected to Wi-Fi.
To check for the most recent updates on your Watch, go to Settings > System > System Updates.