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How to find and fix the big security holes in your Android smartphone

By Steve GormanThe first big security hole in Android is in its camera app.

Its a common problem that people are getting more and more frustrated about and is getting more attention in the last few months.

The latest Google Android security hole has been discovered in Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) that affects the camera app and allows a user to install malicious apps, bypass the lock screen and install a malicious file that steals the user’s credentials.

Security experts from security firm FireEye have discovered the Android security flaw in Android’s Camera app.

This is the first Android security issue to be identified in the software’s history, FireEye said.

The app in question is called Camera (Google Play) and it is used by the camera apps in Android to record and store video.

The app can be installed by anyone who is logged in to the Google account.

This flaw was first discovered by FireEye security researchers in August 2016.

FireEye has since identified other security holes related to Camera in Android versions 6.0 (Marshmallow), 7.0.2 (Nougat) and 8.0 and it has been reported in the security blog FireEye published.

While it may not seem like much, this flaw affects millions of Android users and is being exploited by malware and other attackers.

The security holes can be found by using a malicious browser extension and by installing malicious software in a device, Fireeye said.

FireEye said the vulnerability could have been exploited by an attacker who could access a user’s camera credentials and install malicious software.

This type of attack is commonly used by hackers and other criminals.

It also allows an attacker to gain access to a device.

Security companies have been investigating this issue and working with Google to fix it.

Google is working with other security firms and Android manufacturers to fix the security hole, Firestone said.

Google has not commented on the vulnerability.