Ensuring your OS is up to date is one of the easiest ways to make your phone as secure as possible (and something a lot of people seem to ignore)
experience , 09 Aug 2015If you value security and privacy over anything else than Blackberry is the way to go Blackberry is dead. No longer supported by Blackberry itself. No more updates and no more future blackberry devices.
If you value security and privacy over anything else than Blackberry is the way to go
anon, 08 Aug 2015I wish that an army of Android botnets happen soon. That will teach Google/oems a tough lesson.what about an army of iphones?
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2015yeah. sadly you are right. Google never bothered to give update to low and mid range phones an... moreI wish that an army of Android botnets happen soon. That will teach Google/oems a tough lesson.
If your phone dont get regular updates then there is no security update. Only latest phones to get forget old phones they dont care. In this sense Apple is better.
As a long time Samsung/Android user: "I'll believe that, when I see it actually happen with my own two eyes!"
real truth, 06 Aug 2015lol only nexus and high end Samsung smartphone will get security update. forget about getting ... moreyeah. sadly you are right. Google never bothered to give update to low and mid range phones and yeah those crap oems too. damn, I will soon see millions of Android botnets.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2015Because they have already promised this before. They announce, then they abandon, and you are ... moreFor the same reason that this anonymous poster has said, Samsung have a terrible track record with things of this nature. Also, "regularly, about once a month" is not a definitive, binding statement and if they're not willing to make a concrete statement at this point, their track record says they will never do it... I'd bet my house on it.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2015You are wrong. They will release security updates for non flagships too. Read the articles aga... moreWhat difference does security updates make when the device is stuck at Froyo. Who in todays world is still using Froyo anyway?
Dan, 06 Aug 2015Wouldn't wish a Windows phone on my worst enemy. Windows on mobile is dead. Microsoft gave ... moreWhy would they bother with windows 10 mobile then. I'm using the insiders windows 10 on Lumia 930 and its gonna be very good when finished. Ot would be a shame to see it fail now as so much work has went into it. And the side loading of apps is just arround the corner of you need snap chat that is
lol only nexus and high end Samsung smartphone will get security update. forget about getting any update on any low or mid range smartphone. what a joke.
Samsung will regularly release update for its devices running Froyo and newer OS? For a company like Samsung, it's just impossible.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2015buy WP or iOS... Android is a big security bugWouldn't wish a Windows phone on my worst enemy.
Windows on mobile is dead. Microsoft gave up by writing off Nokia at a huge loss.