The biggest issue with Android users was the Stage fright security threat, which was a malware attack on the users’ personal details. Google promised to fix the issue on their latest Android update. Sure enough, the latest patch is slated to have removed any major security threat plaguing the previous versions of Android.
Google has included the December security patch in the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, which means that the users do not need to download the patch files at the end of December. We are yet to review the success rate achieved by the latest patch, but will get back to you with a comprehensive report on the subject.
If you’re a Nexus user and wondering whether to download the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, you should go ahead and get it over with without much ado. The update is a little over 90 MB, but includes a host of interesting features and important bug fixes.
While the download process is automated on most devices, if your Nexus has failed to download the update automatically, head to Settings >About Phone >System Updates and check for pending downloads.
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