Posted by ABC News on Monday, July 30, 2019 07:18:02 The Android operating system is designed to be secure and secure with respect to your data, but it’s not always easy to get that security right.
Android devices are often susceptible to the kinds of vulnerabilities that can compromise the integrity of your device’s network or make it difficult to get online.
To make sure your Android phone and tablet are protected against these sorts of attacks, the first thing you need to do is install the latest version of the Android security patches.
Here are the latest versions of the security patches that are available for your Android devices.
Read more about the Android operating systems, the patches, and security updates for your device.
If you are looking to protect your Android smartphone or tablet from network-related attacks, you should first install the Android Security Patch Deployment (ASP) package.
As a security precaution, Android devices can be encrypted before installing the ASP package.
You can find out how to do this by following the steps below.
You will also need to install the ADB and Fastboot drivers for your phone or tablet.
If your phone’s bootloader is already encrypted, you will need to perform a factory reset on the phone.
The easiest way to do so is to follow these steps.
If the factory reset procedure does not work, you can use a tool like Fastboot to unlock the phone’s screen.
This tool can also be used to flash a factory image file to the phone or your tablet.
After the phone is unlocked, open the Settings app on your device, tap “About phone” and then “About tablet” under the “About this device” section.
Next, tap the “Software updates” button at the bottom of the About phone page.
On the “Your device” page, tap update and wait for the Android software update to install.
Your device should now be updated.
To continue, tap on the “Continue” button.
On your device screen, tap Settings.
You should see the Android Software Update list.
On this list, tap Install Now.
When the update is complete, your device should appear on the Android device screen.
You may need to restart your device to complete the update.
This process can take a few minutes.
When you reboot your device or your device is in the recovery mode, you may see the notification for the update, but you should not have to reboot your phone to complete it.
You also can still continue to use your device in the Recovery Mode by following these steps: Connect to your device via a wired connection, such as WiFi or Ethernet.
Tap the “Settings” icon in the bottom right corner of your screen.
Tap “About device” in the list of available screens.
Select “About my device” under “About your device.”
Tap “Install” and wait until the update has finished downloading.
Once the update completes, tap OK.
Your Android device should start to boot.
To finish the update process, your phone will display the following message: You’re almost done installing Android Security updates for the latest security patches, so make sure you’re ready to start using them.
Once Android Security Update is complete and you have completed the process, you’ll receive a notification on your phone: Your Android security update has successfully completed.
Tap on the notification to complete your installation.
To complete the installation, you must do two things: Restore your data.
After your device has rebooted and restarted, open up the Settings menu.
Tap Security updates.
Tap Check for updates.
Select the update that you installed.
You’ll then be asked to enter your information, such a username, password, and a pin.
Once you’re finished installing the update and the device is booting, you’re now ready to install Android security updates.
If this process is not completed correctly, you might not receive an update.
The next time your phone reboots, you could receive an Android Security update.
If so, follow these simple steps to finish the install: Open the Settings Menu.
Tap System updates.
Follow the on-screen instructions to finish installing the Android update.
Once your device reboots and resumes normal operations, you need not reboot.