After promising to deliver monthly security updates to its unlocked smartphones in the US more than a year ago, Samsung has confirmed that it will finally honor its word. The March security patch will be delivered "soon" and monthly updates are expected to follow.
Verizon has opened the floodgates, releasing the January security update for the Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 4, Note Edge, and LG G4. Since the four updates we released at once, it looks like it will take some time for the update to make its way to all devices.
Another month, another security update. This time around it's the Moto Z Force Droid Edition sold by Verizon which is getting its December security patch. If you were hoping to find other fixes or tweaks included in the update, we're sad to report that there aren't any.
The October edition of Google's Android Security update is heading out to multiple Nexus devices. The Nexus 6P, 5X, Nexus Player, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 WiFi, Pixel C, and Nexus 5 are all getting rollouts today. Factory images and OTA download links are available.
Google has started rolling out the August security patch for their Nexus devices. The company has provided OTA links for updating over an existing installation, as well as factory images for starting from scratch.
The June 2016 Nexus security updates are rolling out over-the-air, but if it hasn't reached your handset yet and you want to flash it manually then you can use this collection of download links to get you on your way.
Some users are beginning to report that the May security update for the Pixel C is causing random reboots.
Threads have been created on Google's support forums, but there has been no word from Google as to when a fix will be coming, or what is causing the issue.