Google has introduced a new security feature in Android 14 that allows IT administrators to disable support for 2G cellular networks in their managed device fleet.
The search giant said it’s introducing a second user setting to turn off support, at the model level, for null-ciphered cellular connections.
“The Android Security Model assumes that all networks are hostile to keep users safe from
Source: Google Hacker News

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