Customers can flash a factory picture or sideload the OTA for the update at this time, or commonly wait for it to be accessible via an OTA update
A new month has started and this means that Google has began rolling out its monthly safety patches. The July security patch is now accessible for Pixel and Nexus tools, and customers can now flash a factory picture or sideload an OTA by clicking here or here respectively. However, customers who aren’t well-known with these techniques can simply wait for the patch to be accessible via an OTA update.
As the patch back in May fixed a “critical security vulnerability” that could start remote code implementation on an concerned phone through various techniques. The July patch is much direct with two security patch stage strings. As per the July Security Bulletin, the two patch level strings will give its Android associates with “flexibility to quickly fix a subset of vulnerabilities that are similar across all Android devices.”
Significantly, it should be recognized that Nokia may have defeated Google to giving the July security patch to its phones. NokiaPowerUser declares that the company is rolling out the July security update to Nokia 6 handsets in Taiwan and Hong Kong. HMD had assured to keep the Nokia handsets as up to date as possible, and it looks like the company is adhering to its word. HMD has also assured to update its Nokia handsets to Android O when it be available.
Talking about Android O, the beta version of the OS is now available for Pixel and Nexus customers. While the official rollout of the latest OS is not yet known news advise that it might be available for Pixel phones in August.