The Pixel 6 has acquainted a centralized settings page to manage your phone, application, and Google Account. This Security “Hub” is presently showing up on older Pixel phones running Android 12.
The Security Hub shows up in the main Android 12 Settings list on Pixel phones like previously, however presently features an enormous graphic up top with four potential status messages: No issues found, Security can be improved (Green), Security might be at risk (Yellow), or Security is at risk (Red).
This is followed by: App security (Play Protect), Find My Device, Security update (Android patch level), Screen lock (PIN, password, and so forth), Pixel Imprint (fingerprint), Google Security Checkup (Account management), and Google Play system update.
From “Advanced settings” at the very bottom, you can manage Smart Lock, Device admin apps, Encryption & credentials (status), Trust agents, App pinning, and enable/disable Confirm SIM deletion.
Contrasted with the past design, it’s more easy to understand using checkmarks and builds the shot at clients taking action when warned.
Toward the beginning of last week, the “Security Hub” application carried out by means of the Google Play Store to Android 12 clients. Nonetheless, the update did nothing.
Starting today, we’re seeing it carried out on a Pixel 5 and 5a through a server-side update. Different gadgets we checked, including another 5 and 4a, didn’t have it. It’s not yet broadly accessible, yet certainly coming to more Android 12 gadgets than simply the Pixel 6.
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