Walmart’s Android TV Streamer Will Get a Patch in February 2022

Walmart's Android TV Streamer Will Get a Patch in February 2022

First and foremost, this update for Walmart’s Android TV device delivers the February 2022 security patch. That’s a bit out of date at this point, but it’s considerably newer than what’s on the Chromecast with Google TV, and most other Android/Google TV devices at this point in time. The last update delivered the January patch.

When it comes to Android upgrades, the most affordable devices are usually the most neglected, but Walmart’s Android TV streamers appear to be an exception. The February 2022 security patch and other improvements are now available for Walmart’s Onn Android TV device. A new update is currently rolling out to the UHD version of Walmart’s Android TV streamer, as reported on Reddit. While this isn’t a significant update like Android TV 12, it does include several useful features.

Walmart’s changelog, listed below, also mentions WPA3 support patches, as well as a fix for the HBO Max button on the remote, which apparently has not been working. Android TV is a version of the Android platform which has been modified by Google to run on televisions with over 5,000 native applications. The platform is often found on devices from Nvidia, Hisense, and Sony, with operator devices also using Android TV.

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