Android June Security bulletin is out: here’s what got fixed

Android June Security bulletin is out: here’s what got fixed

Google releases June security patches for all supported Pixel and Nexus devices

You can wait for the OTA updates to roll out if you have Pixel or Nexus phones - these should be coming pretty shortly.

Google has rolled out a new Android P preview, which can be downloaded by developers and the public alike. And for developers, this release marks the final version of the Android P APIs.

As always, you're advised to keep an eye out for "various stability, battery or performance issues", while users with "accessibility needs" are not recommended to use this release as a daily driver.

Android P Developer Preview 3 is rolling out now!

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Google today announced the second beta for Android P, the upcoming version of its mobile operating system. Some highlights include red hair so gingers don't feel left out, a hero emoji that looks a lot like Superman, and a bagel with cream cheese - New Yorkers, rejoice. These gender-neutral designs are aimed at increasing diversity and inclusiveness, with Google past year adding gender-neutral Adult emoji and different professions for both men and women.

In the meantime, Google is encouraging developers to publish APK updates that are compiled against, or optionally targeting, API 28.

For the June 2018 security patch, Google is fixing high severity vulnerabilities in the framework, the severe of which "could enable a local malicious application to bypass user interaction requirements in order to gain access to additional permissions".

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