Google’s June System updates bring better data transfers and device security


What you need to know

  • Google detailed several patches for June regarding its Play Systems for Android users, which brings security and privacy fixes alongside Play Protect improvements.
  • Google also rolled out “auto-lock” for lost or stolen devices alongside the ability for users to use a USB cable and WiFi for data restoration and backup.
  • Pixel phones received a June security patch earlier this month, which packed loads of fixes for several user-reported issues.

Google is starting to roll out another wave of Play Service updates for Android users that encompass a range of issues.

The company detailed its recent set of patch notes on its Systems page (via 9to5Google). Google is starting to roll out version 24.24 of its Play Services, which brings a new set of goodies for app developers. The notes state that there are several “new features” rolling in for Google and other developers creating apps that could piggyback off Wallet.

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