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Google releases an update to fix a serious flaw in the Android 11 operating system

 The American company, "Google", has released an update to fix a serious flaw in the new Android 11 operating system, which is conflicting with access to the storage capacity of smartphones.

 Google will ask app owners and developers to explain why their apps require extensive access to smartphone storage.

 It is scheduled that "Google" will apply its new rules to all application developers and require them to comply with these requests before May 5th.

 Google expects all apps to be fully compliant with these new rules on Android 11 by next November, or else their apps will be pulled from Google Play.