The latest Android security flaw is only available to those with the Huawei operating system, a company spokesperson told The Lad.
That means you can’t just install the latest version of Android and try to use the latest security updates, even if you have the Huawei OS installed.
But if you’re a fan of the company’s flagship phones, you could try to install the most recent version of its Android OS to try to exploit the security hole.
The issue was first spotted by security researcher Andrew Smith, who discovered the vulnerability when he tried to install Android 5.1.2 on a Samsung Galaxy S3.
It took Smith around 30 seconds to crack the security flaw.
The flaw was present in both the Huawei Android 6.0.1 and Huawei Android 7.0, the spokesperson said.
It’s not the first time Huawei has found a vulnerability in Android, but this is the first one we’ve seen in the company and one that can be exploited by hackers.
“The only way you can fix this is to reboot your device,” the spokesperson wrote.
The Huawei operating systems has a large following on the Chinese market, which has been blamed for some of the most severe cyber attacks.
The company has been a vocal proponent of Android, and it’s likely it would be one of the first companies to take advantage of the latest Android vulnerability to target its users.
This is a serious security issue, but we expect Huawei to be able to fix it in the future, the company said in a statement.
Huawei says it has taken steps to protect its customers from malicious apps.
We have taken steps in our software to prevent and detect malicious apps in the Google Play Store.
The security vulnerability is currently under review and we’ll keep you updated.
You can find out more about the security vulnerability by checking out this Google document on it.
Huawei released an Android security update earlier this week, which fixed the security issue.
You’ll need to use an Android phone with a fingerprint scanner and an active internet connection to get a fix for this issue.
Huawei phones with a larger display and higher resolution screens typically use a different version of the operating system than those with a smaller screen.