Google has released a new Pixel update to patch 11 aspects on the device. The phone was originally announced at the previous Google I/O and this is the first security patch for the device. A big focus for the update was security, one patch fixed an issue where the Pixel 3A could be vulnerable to predatory code disguised as a normal file. The other major patch fixes an issue where user information could be sent out without permission. This new patch has fixed both major issues and more.
With the new Pixel update, the device is eligible for Android Q beta, which is an Android program that focuses on , innovation, security, privacy and digital wellbeing. The Pixel 3A will now be added to the list of eligible devices.
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