A new security patch is available to owners of Android smartphones, bringing the security feature for Android devices up to date with the latest Android security fixes.
The update for Android smartphones brings a new feature that will allow users to install new security patches from Google’s own repositories, with the support of other third-party developers.
“We’re continuing to work on the Android security update, and as a part of that, we’re also releasing a new update for third-parties,” said Android security engineer Daniel Vavrus, who also manages the Nexus 10 smartphone.
The Nexus 10 has been updated with the new update, which has been downloaded about 20 million times.
Vavrus explained that the Android version of the security patch was introduced in November.
The latest version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow brings several security fixes and improvements to Android phones.
According to the latest security patches, Android phones are being made to run the latest version, which means the security features will be more secure.
The Android security patch, which is already in the Nexus 9, comes with a fix for a critical security flaw in the Google Play Services, Google’s app store, and Google Maps.
In the new version of Google Play, Google Play Protect is enabled for developers, and apps can use the Google Authenticator to sign-in and access stored data.
The new security updates also include a fix that could make it easier for users to sign in to Google services like Gmail and YouTube.