Android Q lets you get security updates without pesky reboots

first_img Jul 10 • How to get Android 10 right now Post a comment Google I/O 2019 Tags Google Google I/O 2019 0 Jul 24 • Nest Hub Max: Google’s 10-inch Assistant smart display costs $230, debuts Sept. 9 Aug 12 • Google will ask you to migrate your Nest account soon: Here’s what you need to knowcenter_img • Aug 26 • Android Q has a name: Android 10. Here’s how you’ll use it Tech Industry reading • Android Q lets you get security updates without pesky reboots Share your voice See All Google I/O is Google’s developer conference.  James Martin/CNET In the future, you won’t have to reboot your Android device to get the latest security update. “Your Android device gets regular security updates already, but you still have to wait for the release and you have to reboot when they come. We want you to get these faster,” Google Senior Director for Android Stephanie Cuthbertson said at Google I/O on Tuesday.Cuthbertson said it means updating the security modules in the background, the same way Google updates its apps.Originally published May 7, 11:17 a.m. PT.Update, 11:22 a.m.: Adds more information.last_img