RT Google
Get alerted if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 by adding Exposure Notifications to your phone. Learn more and see if Exposure Notifications is available in your area →
g.co/ens

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Google Play Protect carefully scans apps daily to help you download without worry on 🔎❌. Learn how it works:
goo.gle/39R55ot

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Android Password Checkup helps keep your accounts secure and data safe. Save passwords for any app to your Google account, and we will alert 🚨 you if it matches a list of known compromised passwords.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

With always on features working in the background, your phone is secure to the core, even the parts that you can’t see, so you’re protected automatically.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Auto is rolling out to Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Sweden, bringing the power of your phone to your car display so you can keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. Learn more:
goo.gle/37MKctc

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Avoid shady websites. If you try to navigate to a bad website or file on your phone, Google Safe Browsing warns you.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

+ @TMobile are bringing richer messaging with RCS to millions of Android customers.
📷 Send + receive better quality photos + videos
💬 Chat over Wifi or data
👥 Share reactions + enjoy more dynamic group chats
See what else is coming:
goo.gle/3sBhW66

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @QuarantinedTami Hi Tami. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @ElSweetScience Hi there. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @CarolynEd1 Hi there. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @MurmuBabu16 Hi Murmu. We apologize for the inconvenience and the issue should now be fixed. Updating Android System WebView and/or Google Chrome via Google Play should resolve the issue if your device is still affected. For more information and steps, see:
goo.gle/2OSvo7j

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @KimbleeFucker Hi there. We apologize for the inconvenience and the issue should now be fixed. Updating Android System WebView and/or Google Chrome via Google Play should resolve the issue if your device is still affected. For more information and steps, see:
goo.gle/2OSvo7j

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @LadyRedsTekRvw Hi there. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @notsoperfect Hi there. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @YL12341 Hi there. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @andrea007ami Hi Andy. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @janpiller Hi there. We apologize for the inconvenience and the issue should now be fixed. Updating Android System WebView and/or Google Chrome via Google Play should resolve the issue if your device is still affected. For more information and steps, see:
goo.gle/2OSvo7j

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

Re @Nita108_ Hi Nita. Please try the following:
1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
2. Tap Apps & notifications > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear Data
(Please note that doing this will clear some of your Play Store settings.)
3. Repeat the steps above to update WebView and Chrome.

:sys_twitter: twitter.com/Android/status/137

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