The Android Security Patch for July 2018 is now rolling out to Pixel and Nexus users worldwide, and, as usual, it consists of two security patch levels, 2018-07-01 and 2018-07-05, which address a total of 44 vulnerabilities across several core components, including Framework, Media Framework, Kernel and Qualcomm components, as well as Qualcomm closed-source components. In addition to the fixes included in the July 2018 Android Security Bulletin, Google also patched 26 other issues in July 2018's Android Security Patch for Pixel??? and Nexus devices, and also improved consistency of Wi-Fi connections with some routers for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. For more details, you can read the Pixel???/???Nexus Security Bulletin for July 2018.
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