New Android security update for December now available
Google has released their December 2017 security update for Android devices. This comes on the heels of devices device is usually a constructed tool. For for owners as well as fixes for some display issues. The December is much narrower focusing on security issues only.for Pixel
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Several other issues were addressed in the update to tackle problem with the kernel and some more specific issues tied to vendor hardware like NVIDA, Qualcomm or MediaTek components.
The update will be released to the AOSP soon, if not already there. While device owners may have to wait for their manufacturers to push out an update for their device, they may get some comfort in knowing no instances of the exploits being used in the wild have been received.
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