BlackBerry releases July 2019 Android Security Update for BlackBerry Android devices


BlackBerry has today rolled out the July 2019 Android Security update to BlackBerry Android devices.

The Android Security Bulletin contains details of security vulnerabilities affecting Android devices. BlackBerry releases security bulletins to notify users of its Android smartphones about available security fixes.

The following vulnerabilities have been remediated in this update:

Summary CVE
Information Disclosure in Framework CVE-2019-2104
Remote Code Execution in Library CVE-2019-2105
Remote Code Execution in Media Framework CVE-2019-2106
Remote Code Execution in Media Framework CVE-2019-2107
Remote Code Execution in Media Framework CVE-2019-2109
Elevation of Privilege in System CVE-2019-2112
Information Disclosure in System CVE-2019-2116
Information Disclosure in System CVE-2019-2117
Information Disclosure in System CVE-2019-2118
Information Disclosure in System CVE-2019-2119
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2308
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2330
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2276
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2305
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2307
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2326
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Components CVE-2019-2328
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Closed-Source Components CVE-2019-2327
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Closed-Source Components CVE-2019-2235
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Closed-Source Components CVE-2019-2241
Vulnerability in Qualcomm Closed-Source Components CVE-2019-2253


If you own an Android device from BlackBerry and are not seeing the system update message, you can check manually by heading into Settings -> About phone -> System updates and checking manually. Look for Android security patch level July 1 2019 or later.

Updated software builds may also be available from other retailers or carriers, dependent on their deployment schedules.

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