Android actual para todos: el siguiente paso está en camino

Full access: a serious security vulnerability in Android also affects smartphones with pixels

Current Android for everyone: the next step is on the way

Another serious vulnerability has emerged that has affected and continues to affect some popular Android smartphones. Including popular flagship smartphones from Huawei, Samsung, Motorola, and even Google. The vulnerable security breach will be closed with the next October security patch, which will land on all Google smartphones in the coming days. Updates will only follow in hindsight, including those from Huawei, Samsung and […]


Another serious vulnerability has emerged that has affected and continues to affect some popular Android smartphones. Including popular flagship smartphones from Huawei, Samsung, Motorola, and even Google. The vulnerable security breach will be closed with the next October security patch, which will land on all Google smartphones in the coming days. The updates will only follow in hindsight, which are also delivered by Huawei, Samsung and other manufacturers on their respective Android smartphones.

The vulnerability is quite cumbersome to exploit

Security breaches are only exploited if, for example, a properly modified application is installed on a device or if you are on a website that has the corresponding intentions. Again, in our opinion, the “risk of infection” is quite low if you use official Google offerings and browse the most reputable websites. However, the loophole is even more serious because it allows full access to devices.

The smartphones affected:

  • Pixel 1
  • Pixel 1 XL
  • Pixel 2
  • Pixel 2 XL
  • Huawei P20
  • Xiaomi Redmi 5A
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 5
  • Xiaomi A1
  • Oppo A3
  • Moto Z3
  • LG Oreo Phones
  • Samsung S7
  • Samsung S8
  • Samsung S9