Google Launches Security Update, Pixel and Nexus

Google has confirmed its Android security patch has been launched from today to various Pixel and Nexus smartphones.

By bringing a total of eight fixes, one of them is the ability to allow remote code execution found in WLAN components.

Google also patches the 24 extra vulnerabilities listed as “high” security threats, which include bugs that allow some software to access personal information, whether intentional or not,
Also, 26 improvements were made for “moderate” security flaws.

Reported by arena phone page (4/7/2018) some smartphones that receive this update is Google Pixel and Pixel XL, and Pixel 2 series and Pixel C Tablet are eligible for patch updates. While NExus 6P from Huawei and LG Nexus 5X will also get pitch updates.

Currently for those who want to update can download files through the official website.

If the Internet network is unstable, can wait for the launch of OTA that will exist for several weeks ahead.