Google new rules to  Necessary for OEMs to Roll Out Android Security Updates Regularly


Android security has been a vision since its facts , Mainly the reason being is android users don’t receive users latest security patch updates regularly and information Literary, it’s your device operator (Android OEMs) really who takes time to roll out of security patches for your Android devices and constantly, caught lying notification about Android security 94% customers feedback that their smartphones are running the latest updates.

Similarly, Google did not have control over the OEM branded firmware running on billions of Android devices, it brought few significant different to the Android security architecture expert last year with Project Treble gain more control over the update. Google made some progress in the past year, the problem with the security update remains because of OEMs not delivering all patches regularly and on a timely basis, leaving parts of the Android ecosystem exposed to hackers. But here’s good news Good news for Android P Users,

Google will require operators to wave regularly security updates for their Android Devices. While highlighting the future security settings in Android P at Google I/O Developer Conference,

Android platform CEO  David Kleidermacher announced that the organization had modified its OEM deals to add regular security patches for all devices to update Android security

“We’ve also worked on building security patching into our OEM agreements. Now this will really…lead to a massive increase in the number of devices and the user receiving regular security patches,” XDA Developers quoted Kleidermacher as saying.

As the company has not shared term of the bonds, it is unclear if the terms are approved only for flagship devices, or all new devices launched with Android P or older and breathing devices already in the market.

As of now, there are not several details about the updated Android partner agreement, however, maybe new advances made by Google developers  will clearly have a huge impact on the overall state of Android security and benefit billions of Android users