What is Android Fragmentation?

In the most basic form, Android Fragmentation relates to the idea that there is a large range of Android OS models usable and operating in the modern world. Not all on Android can upgrade their operating system at the same time.

Furthermore, to avoid alienating any customers, every software attempting to corner the Android market must operate on every single OS and OS update. With the number of different models available, it’s easy to see how “fragmentation” will be a nightmare for in-app developers and testers.

According to Which, 40 percent of Android devices worldwide are no longer getting critical protection alerts from Google. As a result, they are vulnerable to identity loss, ransomware assaults, and various security breaches.

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