Google reply to Android TV-malware-infested boxes, know safe or not

In the past months, users face an issue with the Android TV boxes sold online. It may be due to malware. Now, Google replied to solve this Android TV boxes malware issue, to know whether it’s safe or not.

Recently, Google knowing that some Android TV boxes sold online which is Android Open Source Project (AOSP). And these boxes are not licensed by Google and it contains the Google app and Play Store also.

Now, Google suggests that those people who want to buy Android TV visit the Android TV product website for original products.

They also say that for checking product certification on Play Store there is Play Protect which checks whether a product is officially licensed or not.

We have recently received questions regarding TV boxes that are built with Android Open Source Project and are being marketed to appear as Android TV OS devices. Some of them may also come with Google apps and the Play Store that are not licensed by Google, which means that these devices are not Play Protect certified. To help you confirm whether or not a device is built with Android TV OS and Play Protect certified, our Android TV website provides the most up-to-date list of partners.

Lastly, with this above-mentioned method users can resolve this Android TV malware and get a licensed Android TV.

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