Android updates are always important for the smartphone users. It not only fixes serious bugs but also takes the user experience to a new level.
In this article, you will find two latest news on Android updates.
Android Updates: Screenshots of Android 6.0 Update for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge being Leaked
The Samsung smartphone enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the Android Marshmallow update for the latest Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. It seems that you will not have to wait longer. According to the news reports on Android updates, the screenshots of the Google’s latest mobile operating system for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have been surfacing throughout the internet. Several changes have been made in the user interface, including blue colored menus for Quick Toggles and sports flat design of the icons of some of the apps. The new shutter speed option has been introduced. A number of new features have also been introduced, including Doze Mode, Google on Tap and advanced app permissions.
Apart from the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the Android update will also be available for the other Galaxy models, including Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Tab S2, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A8. So, if you own any of these devices, you will get the update pretty soon.
Android Updates: January Security Update for Nexus Devices being Released
Google promised that it will fix the bugs of its latest operating system for the Nexus devices through releasing Android updates every month. It released updates in November and December. It has kept the promise this month as well. New security update for the Android Marshmallow has been rolled out just a few days ago. Several security vulnerabilities have been fixed, including elevation of privilege vulnerability trust zone, misc-sd driver and imagination technologies driver. However, according to the reports on Android updates, the most significant fix has been made to an issue that would allow the hackers to perform remote code execution. Fortunately, the particular issue hasn’t affected any Nexus device yet.
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