The monthly Android security updates pushed out by Google are always welcome—at the very least, they provide a feeling of security that our device is now somewhat safer than it was 30 days ago. Vulnerability patches, slight enhancements to performance, and overall bug fixes are generally included in the monthly OTAs. For the most part, Pixel and Nexus devices get these monthly patches within in the first ten days of every new month. Sure, this could be a selling point for these phones, but it’s not always for the better.

Since the March OTA was pushed out last night, hundreds of Reddit users… more


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