Google will kick off its I/O 2018 annual developer conference on May 8, where we expect the company to make a slew of announcements. Android P, the next installation of the Android OS is also expected to be showcased there and ahead of the reveal, XDA developers noticed a new commit on the Android Open Source Project. It suggests that a long continuing privacy flaw could be patched with Android P as apps will be restricted from accessing activity network files, which store details about other apps that connect to the internet. Currently, Android apps have unrestricted access to the network activity files in on a device and they don’t need to access them without asking for any permissions.
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