Smartphone companies now have focused on providing monthly security updates to maintain their positions on top and keep consumers safer from the wilds of connected world. We have seen Samsung and Blackberry, along with most other major players, working to keep things moving forward on the security front. Google and there Nexus line fall at the top of the list when it comes to being Â diligent though. Nexus devices are getting their June security update already in fact. This updateÂ fixes several critical issues, including issues in Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in Qualcomm Video, Sound, GPU andÂ Wi-Fi Drivers, Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Media-serverÂ and more.
The Nexus devices which will be receiving this update are the Nexus 7 (MOB30M),Â Nexus 7 (2013) Wi-Fi (MOB30M),Â Nexus 5 (MOB30M),Â Nexus 9 Wi-Fi (MOB30M),Â Nexus 9 LTE (MOB30M),Â Nexus Player (MOB30M),Â Nexus 6 (MOB30M),Â Nexus 5X (MTC19V),Â Nexus 6P (MTC19V) andÂ Pixel C (MXC89HN).Â The update is being rolled out over-the-air (OTA), but, if you havenâ€™t received it yet on your Nexus device, you can still install it by using the Factory Images or OTA Zip Files.