Here Is How Google Sends Automatic Updates To Every Android Smartphone

The most annoying thing in the Android ecosystem is the lack of prompt software updates but if you are using a phone from a brand that works closely with Google you would hardly complain about not getting updates, Google Pixel and Nokia smartphone owners can attest to that.

Nevertheless while OEM's waste months before sending updates, Google has a way of generally updating a few features on all android smartphones but most people would hardly notice because everything usually happens in the background.

Google has a system in place that keeps many phones  relevant  - Google Play Services. They can remove certain bugs and even introduce new features just by updating Play Services.

Many system apps that were once included as part of the Android operating system are now available in the Play Store, which means they’re maintained and updated this way—just like all the apps you download manually. These two things mean you get more up-to-date phones, even if they’ve stopped getting full version updates from the manufacturer.
A good example of these updates is the Find My Device tracking feature - Google added that to nearly all Android devices by using a simple Google Play Services update. Similarly, Google has also added an app-scanning feature that watches for malware, thus making older devices more secure.

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