Nokia G10 Android 11 Build and Nokia 2.2 May Security Update21. 05. 2021 Friday / By: Robert Denes / Software / Exact time: BST / Print this page
Nokia Mobile has made new updates available for the recently unveiled Nokia G10 smartphone as well as the Nokia 2.2 May security update Nokia. Check the size of the following security updates, the list of markets, and the update log.
List of markets:
Nokia G10 Android 11 Build update size:
Nokia G10 Android 11 Build update size update is 362 MB. You will be prompted to download the update, or you can check it in the Settings menu, check for system updates, and then check for the update.
Nokia 2.2 May Security Update Size:
The Nokia 2.2 update is a security update for Android 11 released on May 5th. You will be prompted to download the update, or you can check it in the Settings menu, check for system updates, and then check for the update.
Nokia G10 Android 11 Build Update Change Log:
The Nokia G10 will only receive the Android 11 Build update and fixes with the update. The new V1.070 update contains only a few obviously needed fixes and does not include the May security patch, but it is still fixed with the April security update.
Nokia 2.2 Security Update Change Log:
Nokia 2.2 received the May security patch in Pakistan, and perhaps the update will be available elsewhere.
What's New - Manage your conversations: Get all your messages in one place - One-time permissions: Give one-time permissions to apps that need a microphone, location camera - Google Play system updates: More security. and privacy patches sent to your phone, directly on Google Play - Google 2021-03 Security Patch Advice Notice - We encourage users to use Wi-Fi wherever possible to download updates. If you want to use a mobile phone connection, please note that downloading data over a mobile network (including roaming) may incur additional costs - contact your network operator if you have any problems.
The most serious of these problems is a critical vulnerability in the System Component that could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code using a specially crafted transfer in a privileged process. The severity assessment is based on the potential impact that exploiting the vulnerability could have on the affected device, provided that platform and service mitigation is disabled for development purposes or is successfully circumvented.