Bulletin de sécurité Android — avril 2019

Android Security Bulletin—April 2019

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument analyse les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les actualité tous les jours de manière confortable ?

Android Security Bulletin — avril 2019


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  1. Functional patches

    A-119823747 A-120135659 Assistant Improves Voice-Unlocking performance for Google Assistant Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL

    A-122883482 Setup Adjust Wi-Fi connectivity during eSIM activation on certain carriers Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL

    A-119109648 Bluetooth Improves Bluetooth connectivity on Pixel devices Pixel, Pixel XL A-119327025 Display Removes screen flash when ambient display wakes for some Pixel 3 devices Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL

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    Ok, so we got improvement of performance for voice-unlocking, and p3 screen flashing, which should affect a larger population (than the eSim issue).

    Has Google even acknowledged a « call quality » issue? I googled it and [answers](https://thedroidguy.com/2019/03/how-to-fix-google-pixel-3-poor-call-quality-1095233) like these say Google has ***not*** acknowledged it. The « fix » suggested it a soft reset, boot into Safe Mode, factory reset, progression. Personally, I’ve found mine seems to have « healed itself » over time. My call quality now is _generally_ good. I’m not on the best carrier, and my cellular signal strength here is often not good – so I can’t blame my phone completely. Also, after the March update, the rest of the facilities jumped back to awesome performance – although I don’t know what I should expect for the start up time of the camera. If you expect it to be instantaneous, then « yeah » there’s a lag.

  2. P2XL, fingerprint sensor seems a tad faster when unlocking. Never had any BT issues so can’t report on that. However I still get the random “no cell coverage” icon when using Android Auto. Grrrrrr…

  3. The other thing I’ve noticed of late is that the « optimizing apps » phase has returned to « taking [email protected]#$ forever. » This used to be ridiculously slow and then they massively sped it up. However, the last few updates have been extremely slow – making me think there’s something wrong. I mean, this phase is longer than the download and install phases combined.

    It’s up to 30% and just sits there…

  4. here i am sitting with my us unlocked note 9 on the February patch, and I’ve rarely had any problems 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Samsung should definitely get on there horse, but right now I’m glad i didn’t buy a pixel 3 xl.

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