Google Wi-Fi Provisioner update rolled out via Play Store
This morning, Google rolled out an update to its “Google Wi-Fi Provisioner” app and made it available Via Play Store In the process for faster versions.
Google Wi-Fi Provisioner is used to “provide and manage Wi-Fi network configurations.” There are no further details with the general (old) screenshots used in the Play Store listing.
On the Pixel 6 Pro, 7, and 7 Pro, version 1.2.449257753 is already installed, and today’s update takes you to 1.2.480746471. The package name is as follows: com.google.android.apps.carrier.carrierwifi.
We don’t see any obvious differences after the update. Meanwhile, this is not only for Pixel devices but also for all Android phones and tablets with its look. (This update does not appear for Chromebooks or Wear OS watches.)
We’re seeing this update, which uses only a generic Android icon, on a Samsung tablet running a slightly different version 1.2.394488071. However, it is updated to the same new version this morning.
Google Wi-Fi Provisioner is not a new app, but one that can now be easily updated via the Play Store without updating the entire operating system. This joins many other first party service applications such as Google Play Service, Carrier Services, Google Play Services for AR, Google Support Services, and pronunciation services from Google.
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