Google fixes critical Bluetooth issue in August 2022 Android security patch
A new month has begun and Google has published the August 2022 Android security patch on its bulletin page. As usual, the patch brings along a bunch of new fixes and amendments for the security system of the device. Yet, something that will impress the users more is the full stop on the long-term Bluetooth issue.
Yes, that’s right. Google has patched the critical Bluetooth issue with the latest August 2022 Android security patch. In addition to the severe bug, the patch suppose to address more than 40 vulnerabilities of the internal system, ranging from high to moderate levels.
Speaking of the Bluetooth issue, the error is labeled as CVE-2022-20345. So far, the issue was capable of leading the foreign threats to the remote code execution of the device via Bluetooth. Consequently, this would have resulted in harming the privacy-related stuff in the smart gadgets. Fortunately, Google has tracked the issue and mended it completely.
Alongside, the US tech maker also polished the other vital components of the core structure. For instance, Framework, Media Framework, System, Kernel, Imagination Technologies, MediaTek, Unisoc, and mainly the Qualcomm elements.
On the flip side, the newly released Android security patch also focuses on enhancing the overall functionality of the system. It increases firmness and makes the system more durable and reliable against malware and major security defects. Further, it intensifies the performance level of the gadget so that the user can effectively complete the daily operations without facing any lags or buffers in the procedure.
Moreover, it shields the security framework of the device in such a manner that it could not get affected by cyber attacks. Apart from these improvements, there might be some more hidden tweaks that you may find while installing the patch on your respective models. Undoubtedly, you will soon receive the latest patch on your notification panel.