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Google’s Android 5.0 ‘Lollipop’ with default encryption is now official

Google has spilled some beans about its latest version of the popular Android mobile operating system this month. The American company has indicated that the availability of its anticipated Android operating system will come to effect by next month. The new Android OS will possess a feature that will automatically encrypt data of the usersandroid-5.0-lollipop

This latest operating system from Google is being dubbed as “Lollipop 5.0”. The encryption feature was not well adopted in Android system before, however it has remained in existence since 2011. The android devices will be encrypted by default, it will happen during the activation process. The process of encryption will actually help the user to prevent the unlocking situation.

The only person who would know the password of his device will be able to get through the phone and check pictures or videos stored in it. The new update by Google will feature in the market by November.

It is important to note that all Android users are not expected to get the latest version at the same time. It will depend on the manufacturers and wireless carriers when the android user receives the latest update.

Also Read: Sony confirms Android 5.0 Lollipop for Xperia Z, Z1, Z2, Z3, Compact, Tablet.

Android’s Default encryption concept rolled out last month after Apple had made an announcement that talked about a similar shift in its latest OS. After the revelations of Edward Snowden got viral, companies started to pack the security fencing in their operating systems. However, the law enforcement agencies are criticizing the data encryption concept.

According to the FBI Director James Comey, the data encryption will appear to be a black hole in the security of the civilians. After data encryption, the law enforcement agencies will not be able to track the data important to crack some case. It is a deep concern for the security agencies. However, for the people who like to keep their privacy intact, it is a great chance to encrypt their devices.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to get Android Lollipop soon.

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About David Mayor

Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

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