04-28-2019 02:22 AM - edited 04-28-2019 02:23 AM
It's almost the end of April but as a Android one Device this Moto one Power must have received the April security patch at the beginning of April... Yet it's almost May , no update recieved
Kindly look into it
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04-28-2019 07:39 AM
We have spend ₹15000 on buying their device on a belief that we will be updated with latest features and patches
But even an old device has more camera features than this device has..that's more embarassing
04-28-2019 05:47 PM
My wife's S9 Plus already received the April 2019 patch, while my Moto One is still on the March update issued Feb 26th. IMHO Qualcomm has anounced that the April patch corrects a very serious security issue. Disappointed with Motorola's lack of speed releasing this patch, the promise of fast updates was the sole reason I bought the Moto One.
04-29-2019 02:02 AM - edited 04-29-2019 06:06 AM
Here's what our update schedule looked like in recent months in Poland
November 26, 2018 -> We received Android 9 and November security patches.
January 14 -> We received December security patches. ( we waited a little )
January 24 -> We received January security patches.
February 26 -> We received February security patches.
March 25 -> We received March security patches.
We are also waiting for the April security patches. They should be soon.
April 29 -> We received 211,8 MB update, but no april security patches
04-29-2019 08:35 AM - edited 04-29-2019 08:40 AM
"A new vulnerability has been discovered in Qualcomm's chipsets that could allow an attacker to gain root access on the device. The flaw affects 46 Qualcomm chipsets which are currently used in several smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smartwatches.
The security bug (CVE-2018-11976) can enable an attacker to gain access to private data and even encryption keys stored in the Qualcomm Secure Execution Environment (QSEE). Qualcomm has patched the flaw earlier this month, tagging it as 'critical'."
"Google has added the fix as a part of its April 2019 security patches, but Android manufacturers are known to be lazy about pushing security patches to its consumers. This means a large number of Android devices using these Qualcomm chipsets are still prone to the security vulnerability."