2 big asterisks to Google’s Android upgrade fix

Pay much attention to headlines, and it’d be easy to fall under the impression that Google had finally found the fix to the age-old problem of Android upgrades.

You’ve seen the news by now, right? Ahead of the I/O developers’ conference this week, the gang from Goog announced a new plan to streamline Android upgrades and take some of the pain out of the process. The effort is called Project Treble, and the basic idea is to create a “modular base” for Android that makes it easier for manufacturers to update their devices in a timely manner.

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