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Pixel 6 Finally Gives Fix For Haptic Feedback Issue

Alongside the haptic feedback issue that affects the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, the incoming OTA update also brings fixes for a couple more bugs that affect all supported Pixel devices, from the Pixel 3a right up to the Pixel 6 twins. One of the fixes is for a problem that causes the displays in Pixel devices to wake up without interaction. Another fix is for an issue that causes the launcher to crash after restarting the device in certain conditions. Finally, it is worth noting that while the rest of the devices on the lineup are expected to receive Android 13, this is likely to be the final hurrah for the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL.

As part of the May 2022 Android Security Bulletin, Google is fixing 14 vulnerabilities in the patch dated 2022-05-01 and 23 for the patch dated 2022-05-05. One of the vulnerabilities being patched as part of the latter is the ‘Dirty Pipe’ (CVE-2022-0847) Linux kernel exploit. As part of the problem, any app that has ‘read’ permission on a computer or phone can run malicious code on the device. It affects all desktop and mobile devices powered by Linux-based operating systems, including Android, Chrome OS, and more.

Source: Google, AOSP

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Pixel 6 Finally Gives Fix For Haptic Feedback Issue

Alongside the haptic feedback issue that affects the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, the incoming OTA update also brings fixes for a couple more bugs that affect all supported Pixel devices, from the Pixel 3a right up to the Pixel 6 twins. One of the fixes is for a problem that causes the displays in Pixel devices to wake up without interaction. Another fix is for an issue that causes the launcher to crash after restarting the device in certain conditions. Finally, it is worth noting that while the rest of the devices on the lineup are expected to receive Android 13, this is likely to be the final hurrah for the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL.
As part of the May 2022 Android Security Bulletin, Google is fixing 14 vulnerabilities in the patch dated 2022-05-01 and 23 for the patch dated 2022-05-05. One of the vulnerabilities being patched as part of the latter is the ‘Dirty Pipe’ (CVE-2022-0847) Linux kernel exploit. As part of the problem, any app that has ‘read’ permission on a computer or phone can run malicious code on the device. It affects all desktop and mobile devices powered by Linux-based operating systems, including Android, Chrome OS, and more.
Source: Google, AOSP

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