Security patches aren't simple updates that can go out as soon as they are written — every company that helps make your phone is involved.
We may need to wake up Green Day a little early. Google's September security patches are live, and there are three different patch levels to keep track of.
The Android Security Bulletin for May 2016 brings a new name — and possibly a new purpose — alongside the information and updates you're looking for.
During a recent Hack in the Box conference, researchers discovered that multiple Android OEMs claim to install security patches that aren't really there.
Google has rolled into their second month of split patches, but Qualcomm has taken the bulk of the fixes this month.
The June 1, 2016, Android Security Patch is live for Nexus devices, Android One phones and the Pixel C. We've got everything you need to know!
There's a lot to absorb in this month's security bulletin, and it's the first time Google has split their patch into two distinct groups.
Get the update you didn't even know you wanted for your Pixel phone with the latest security patch!
Along with another monthly security patch, Google also recently rolled out its latest Pixel Feature Drop! Did you get the latest update yet?
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