Aug 05 AT 11:06 AM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

AT&T, Sprint and Alcatel are patching multiple phones for the Stagefright flaw

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Just this morning, Google began sending out an update to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 that fixed up the Stagefright security issue. Now a whole flood of patches is being released for phones from all different manufacturers and carriers. Sprint is now pushing out a security update for the bug to four different Samsung phones:

In addition, AT&T is pushing out a security fix for four Samsung phones on its network:

Finally, Alcatel OneTouch has sent an email out with the announcement that the company will be pushing out a security fix to the Idol 3 on August 10. The update will initially commence in the US and expand from there.

There are plenty of new updates arriving, but a lot of phones are still awaiting updates to patch the issue. We’ll work to keep you posted on other updates that arrive.

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