Published On: Tue, Aug 8th, 2017

Google Rolls Out Aug Security Updates To Pixel and Nexus Devices, Direct Links For OTA and Factory Images

Google has finally expelled a Aug confidence patch for upheld Pixel and Nexus devices. As usual, these rags come with a infancy of bug fixes and confidence upgrades. Just like final month’s confidence updates, this one also comes with apart builds for Deutsche Telekom, Verizon, and T-Mobile, Fi carriers, and Rogers Pixel devices.

August 1, 2017, confidence patch resolves 28 issues while Aug 5, 2017, confidence patch tackles 14 confidence issues. Google says that a dual confidence patch turn strings offer “Android partners with a coherence to some-more fast repair a subset of vulnerabilities that are identical opposite all Android devices.” Non-Google inclination will get confidence patch including OEM-specific fixes. Aug confidence circular expelled by Google also introduces a new territory divulgence rags that are for Google inclination only.

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Like prior confidence updates, this one too comes with vulnerabilities that operation from assuage to critical. The many dangerous one is a remote formula execution disadvantage that enables remote device control around email, MMS, and browsing. Google says that it has got no user censure concerning a remote formula execution confidence issue.

Google will start rolling out OTA updates for upheld Nexus and Pixel inclination in a subsequent few weeks. In a meantime, users can peep and bureau images to their phone.

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Here are a approach Factory Images couple for a upheld Nexus and Pixel devices:

Pixel XL: Android 7.1.2 — NHG47Q (Verizon), NJH47F, NKG47S (T-Mobile and Fi carriers), NZH54D (Deutsche Telekom) – Factory Image (2) (3) (4)
Pixel: Android 7.1.2 — NHG47Q (Verizon), NJH47F, NKG47S (T-Mobile, Fi carriers, and Rogers), NZH54D (Deutsche Telekom) — Factory Image (2) (3) (4)
Pixel C: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — Factory Image
Nexus 6P: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — Factory Image
Nexus 5X: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — Factory Image
Nexus Player: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — Factory Image
Nexus 6: Android 7.1.1 — N8I11B, N6F27I — Factory Image (2)
Nexus 9 (LTE): Android 7.1.1 — N4F27K — Factory Image
Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi): Android 7.1.1 — N9F27H — Factory Image

OTA Links:

Pixel XL: Android 7.1.2 —NHG47Q (Verizon), NJH47F, NKG47S (T-Mobile, Fi carriers, and Rogers), NZH54D (Deutsche Telekom) — OTA (2) (3) (4)
Pixel: Android 7.1.2 —NHG47Q (Verizon), NJH47F, NKG47S (T-Mobile, Fi carriers, and Rogers), NZH54D (Deutsche Telekom) — OTA (2) (3) (4)
Pixel C: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — OTA
Nexus 6P: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — OTA
Nexus 5X: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — OTA
Nexus Player: Android 7.1.2 — N2G48C — OTA
Nexus 6: Android 7.1.1— N8I11B, N6F27I — OTA (2)
Nexus 9 (LTE): Android 7.1.1 — N4F27K — OTA
Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi): Android 7.1.1 — N9F27H — OTA

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