New Surface Pro X firmware updates improve system stability

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Microsoft is rolling out a handful of firmware updates for its ARM-based Surface Pro X devices (via WindowsBlog Italia). The latest batch is specifically available for new Surface Pro X models with the SQ2 processor and improves system stability.

The new bits mark a merging of support for the Surface Pro X with SQ1 and SQ2 processors in various aspects of the experience, and you can check out the full list of changes below:

  • Qualcomm Advanced Modem Subsystem Device: 10400.1.77.3 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Adreno(TM) 680 GPU: 27.20.1460.0 Improves graphics performance, system stability, and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Bluetooth Radio Driver: 1.0.1460.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Bluetooth UART Transport Driver: 1.0.1460.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Bus Device: 1.0.1360.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Bus Device: 1.0.1440.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Data Device: 1.0.1460.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Hexagon(TM) 690 DSP: 1.0.1440.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Hexagon(TM) 690 DSP: 1.0.1440.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Location: 1.0.1380.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Memory and File System Device: 1.0.1440.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device: 1.0.1380.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device: 1.0.1440.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device: 1.0.1380.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Qualcomm(R) Wi-Fi B/G/N/AC (2x2): 1.0.1420.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Dock 2 Firmware Update Driver Extension: 6.1.137.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Hid Mini Driver: 3.31.139.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Pen BLE LC Adaptation Driver: 3.11.139.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Pro X CDSP Subsystem Bus Device Extension: 1.0.1160.1 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Pro X Power Engine Plug-in Device: 1.0.1380.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Pro X SPI Device: 1.0.1380.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface Serial Hub Driver: 9.54.139.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface SMF Core Driver: 3.116.139.0 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface System Aggregator: 1.108.139.0 Improves system stability.
  • Surface Touch Firmware: 5.0.121.139 Improves system stability and merges support for both Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 devices.
  • Surface UEFI: 7.563.140.0 Improves system stability.

The April 2021 firmware updates are available for all Surface Pro X devices running Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version 20H1) or newer. As always, these updates are rolling out gradually, so it's possible that these won't show up for everyone right away.

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