June firmware update now out for Surface Pro X SQ1 and SQ2 models

Arif Bacchus

Surface Pro X

The June firmware update is now out for the Surface Pro X. This round of updates covers the original model as well as the newer Surface Pro X with the Microsoft SQ2 processor. Here’s the scoop on what you need to know.

First up, we’ll get into what’s changed on the newer Surface with the Microsoft SQ2 chip. There are four big themes in this round of updates. It improves system performance and stability, improves graphics and WiFi stability, enables support for a future Windows OS release, and resolves camera settings. There are 25 total updates in Windows Update that you’ll see.

  • Surface Virtual Function Enum Device – Human Interface Devices
  • Surface UCM UCSI HID Client – USB Connector Managers
  • Surface Type Cover v7 Firmware Update – Firmware
  • Surface Type Cover V7 Fingerprint UDE Controller – Universal Serial Bus controllers
  • Surface Thermal Policy Driver – System devices
  • Surface Tcon – Human Interface Devices
  • Surface SPT Core – System devices
  • Surface SMF – Firmware
  • Surface Serial Hub Driver – System devices
  • Surface Pro X Wi-Fi B/G/N/AC (2×2) Svc – Extension
  • Surface Pen 0C0F Firmware Update – Firmware
  • Surface Pen Cfu Over BleLc Extn Package – Extension
  • Surface Panel – Monitor
  • Surface Hid Mini Driver – Human Interface Devices
  • Surface Firmware Update – Firmware
  • Surface Camera AVStream Mini Driver – Cameras
  • Surface Button – System devices
  • Surface Battery – Battery
  • Surface ACPI Notify Driver – System devices
  • Qualcomm(R) Wi-Fi B/G/N/AC (2×2) Svc – Network adapters
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device – System devices
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device – System devices
  • Qualcomm(R) System Manager Device – System devices
  • Qualcomm(R) Bus Device – System devices
  • Qualcomm(R) Adreno(TM) 680 GPU – Display adapters

The Surface Pro X SQ1 model is getting the same round of updates as the SQ2 models. Nothing much is different between the two models. Both models also have a known issue with the camera, where initiating the Eye Contact feature in Windows 11 might not work right. To initiate the feature, you’ll need to toggle it within settings each time the feature is used. Microsoft is working on resolving this in a future update.