As another month starts, Google discharges another pack of security fixes for Android, and makes them accessible to its Nexus and Pixel gadgets. Things are somewhat extraordinary today, nonetheless, since the organization now records a different area in its security notice page that subtle elements “utilitarian updates” for Pixels. These are the fixes that aren’t identified with security, and for the November discharge 6 out of 12 such fixes are identified with Bluetooth. There are a few camera upgrades heated in as well, a sound fix, two versatile information related upgrades, and an ambiguous “enhanced application soundness” note too.
Something else the November security discharge does another way is that it has three fix levels – November 1, November 5, and November 6. Generally we just observe the initial two of those. Clearly Google’s Pixels and Nexuses will be on the November 6 security fix level subsequent to applying this refresh, however it’s misty how different makers will deal with the circumstance. There are 11 security issues fixed by the November 1 patch, an additional 11 in the November 5 level, and 9 more in November 6. These last ones might be the required fixes for the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability. On top of all that, there are 53 additional fixes that are specific to Pixels and Nexuses.