On Monday, June 3, Google was right on schedule and began pushing out the June 2019 Android security patch.
This month's update is mostly tame, with some of the Pixel-specific patches fixing a Netflix bug, a camera crash issue during video recording, and a bootloader bug with the Pixel 2 that caused it to freeze while booting up.
Taking a quick look through the AC forums, it would appear that a lot of people are already being treated to the update.
What about you? Did you get the June 2019 Android security patch?
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