Google’s Android mobile operating system has long been plagued by software bugs and security flaws.
Today, the company has announced a new update that addresses these problems, bringing a number of security fixes.
The company’s update, codenamed “Android MobileFix,” will roll out to all Android phones in the first half of the year, with the goal of making Android safer to use on phones running on Android 4.4 and higher.
Google said the update fixes the issue of a “vulnerability in the Android OS security model that could allow remote code execution.”
“The Android Security Team is committed to making Android more secure and resilient for everyone by providing updates to protect the most common Android users,” said a Google spokesperson in a statement.
“We hope that Android users will soon be able to use Android apps in a secure, stable and trustworthy manner, while at the same time avoiding potential exploits that can potentially compromise the security of your device.”
The update is available to everyone on Android phones running Android 4 or higher, which means you should have it installed if you haven’t already.
The update also fixes several security issues.
Google released a list of the new security fixes in April.
One of the most notable security fixes is one that will prevent attackers from remotely taking control of a device through a phishing campaign.
Google’s solution for this is a new “smart” remote device lock feature that works by using a Bluetooth chip to encrypt the connection between the device and the attacker’s computer.
In this way, the attacker can’t see what data is sent or received by the user on the device.
However, it does prevent the attacker from accessing the device’s internal memory and making changes to the operating system.
The device lock, which is still enabled on older Android phones, was also used by attackers to gain control of the phone of a security researcher.
The latest version of the Android security fix is now available for download, which you can install via the official Google Play Store.
You’ll also be able access the updated version of Android by searching for “Android fixes” and downloading it.