Google is working hard to launch their newest Android operating system, named as Android M. they have been working with security measures of this operating system. Newest security measures from Google added in Android M ensures that the operating system is safe to run on device.
Google has added Boot system manager that scans whole operating system while booting. It can show you the current status of your firmware version. When you’ll start the smartphone running on Android M version, the security feature will scan the operating system and tell you if it is okay to run the device. There will be an alert message on screen when the features finds any error in Android system.
Google has added information about this feature on its Nexus Support page. In this page, Google states that there will be three types of start-up screens which will show you the status of the device OS. The first screen will come if you have installed another version of Android device. You can install another ROM when the device is rooted. This feature will check the status of new version and tell you about the status.
If you have unlocked the device, you can see this message with new security feature of Android M which says, “Your device software can’t be checked for corruption. Please lock the boot loader.” This message will come when you have unlocked the device boot loader.
The third warning message will be displayed after switching on the smartphone will be “Your device is corrupt. It can’t be trusted and may not work properly.” This message will appear if the security software found the OS damaged or corrupted. You cannot start the device when this message appears until you install proper stock ROM of the device. Google also stated that these messages will disappear after 10 seconds.
This is the quite interesting feature we can see in official released build of Android M. Google is testing this feature of Nexus device running on Android M developer versions.