The July update pair for the operating system Android, Released earlier this month (July 1 and 5), are making their way to most of the devices running the latest "Marshmallow" version. According to Google, Both facilities are no less than 100 risks Security, Among which are 30 loopholes that allow hackers to install Let's go On the device in different ways. She says she still does not have evidence that they are being used.
In a slightly unusual step, the July update is divided into two parts. The first patch, released on 1 in July, is the standard patch that fixes most of the gaps. The second patch, which was released four days later, also includes loopholes for drivers of hardware components that run the company's devices, such as Qualcomm and Mediatek. In order to benefit from these fixes even on non-handsets Google, Wait for the hardware manufacturers to assimilate them, so they're more likely to be included in the next month's update.
The problem with Android updates is, as always, the fact that a relatively small proportion of users gets them. Only 13.3% of users Are on the "marshmallow" version, and over 40% are on versions that are two years old or older. The new update will receive the flagship devices from the series Nexus As well as manufacturers like LG And Samsung, but if Security If you are on your network, you may need to update your device manually.