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August 2018 monthly security bulletin and updates available for Google devices

Android Security Patch BulletinThe start of the first full week of each new month, Google gives the Android community of some love in the form of Android security updates. This happened just last month with July’s Android’s security patches and today, hot on the trail of Android Pie, Google has published the August patches. The amount of time it

How to flash a monthly security update on Google Pixel without wiping data

One of the biggest reasons why people buy Google Pixel phones is the timely updates, whether it’s a monthly security update or a major one that bumps the system’s version. But Google likes to roll out updates in waves, so you may have to wait a couple of days before getting your monthly security update.

LineageOS 15.1 Changelog 18: Reader Mode, “Chrome Home” in Jelly, Per-app network restrictions, and more

On all supported devices, LineageOS 15.1 is released on a weekly basis. It can be hard to keep up with what’s new in the popular AOSP-based custom ROM unless you religiously follow their Gerrit, so the team has put together a changelog to keep you updated on what’s new in the ROM. Today, the team

CarbonROM based on Android Oreo now available for a wide range of devices

The folks behind the CarbonROM custom ROM have been quite busy these last few months. We’ve seen a huge uptick in activity within the forums here at XDA and for good reason too. It was only last month when a version of CarbonROM was released for the Honor View 10 (thanks to the Honor Open