Google Wants All Android Phone Makers To Regularly Release Security Patches

We all know security plays a very important rule in our everyday life. The protection of information or personal data from online hackers can not be over emphasize. In line with keep you save Google is rolling out new changes to its security policy. The new policy will require original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to regularly release security patches for Android devices.

This was made known during Google’s annual I/O developer conference where Google says it plan to help manufacturers streamline the update process. Consistent updates to the Android ecosystem have been a major setup for Google and it seems the company is welling to make changes. David Kleidermacher, Head, Android platform security, Google was quoted as saying; 
We’ve worked on building security patching into our OEM agreement. This will lead to a massive increase in the number of devices, and users, receiving regular security patches
The company's new security policy requiring OEMs to regularly roll out security patches is a welcome development in the right direction. This move will encourages OEMs to be more timely about the security patch updates once the changes are put in place. Although its not clear how regular the updates will be made available, as Google might not be expecting these updates on a monthly basis. 

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