The update squashes a bug that could reset your Android device if it detects too many accidental or incorrect attempts to unlock the lock screen.
The bug appeared to stem from a tweet that contained a link with code from character converter Punycode. Troublemakers then decided to share the link to intentionally crash other people's apps.
The bug was reported by developers with Nexus 5 smartphones but has been resolved just as the updated mobile operating system begins to trickle out.
A vulnerability could allow hackers to trick users into downloading fake apps, which could siphon off their personal information, researchers warn.
The flaw -- uncovered by IBM researchers in May and patched by Microsoft on Tuesday -- affected every version of Microsoft's desktop OS since Windows 95.
Version 2.02 of the PlayStation 4 firmware comes hot on the heels of version 2.01, which Sony released last week to fix a Rest Mode bug.
The vulnerability affects roughly 95 percent of all Apple mobile devices currently in use, according to a new report.
Users of Windows and other Microsoft software will receive a slew of updates on Tuesday, including five rated as critical.
Sony's newest update aims to fix a problem from a previous update that prevented the PlayStation 4 from coming out of Rest Mode.
The new beta also offers performance enhancements and one change that affects the iOS 8 Health app, says AppleInsider.