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Google’s new Security Hub from the Pixel 6 is starting to show up on older Pixels

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Special emphasis was placed on Android 12. privacy and security, and a good example of this is the new Security Hub. This feature is meant to ensure how secure your phone and everything in the Google ecosystem is. If everything is fine, you will see a friendly green checkmark, otherwise it will tell you the steps to improve the situation. This main settings page is the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, but until now I’ve never seen it on an older product, even with Android 12. Now this feature also applies to older Pixel smartphones.

Nine to five Google It has been reported that the feature will now appear on older Pixel smartphones running Android 12, including the Pixel 5a, Pixel 5, and Pixel 4a. Like the Pixel 6, you can find it here: Settings -> Security. It replaces the old Security section, but still allows you to edit your screen lock pattern/PIN and manage your fingerprints. Make it safer.

The Security Hub app was released to older Pixel users after receiving the Android 12 update earlier this week, but installing it didn’t change their security settings. Considering how 9to5Google reports that the Hub has launched on its Pixel 5 and Pixel 5a devices, a server-side update clearly has the solution.

Given the server-side approach, there’s not much you can do to make yourself luckier in a rollout draw. You can simply check if your phone has the latest firmware (check below). Settings -> System -> System Update), make sure you have the Security Hub app installed on your handset. You can find it on Play Store or: APK Mirror.

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