An error occurs in a very specific case, but when you do that it is dangerous. The bug becomes active on Android devices with Android 10 or higher, with Microsoft Teams app installed, but where users are not logged in. Then a problem occurs with the robot’s latent operations, as a result of which the emergency number can no longer be called.
So it is an exceptional case, but it is dangerous if it occurs. Google and Microsoft are aware of this issue and are working on a permanent solution, Google employees reported on reddit After the user rings the bell.
Microsoft is working on an update for its Teams software for Android, and Google will release an Android update on January 4th. Google has not yet said whether the bug will be limited to certain devices.
Solution: Manually delete the difference
In the meantime, users can take the same measures to prevent bug. Android users who have the diff app and you are logged in will have no problem. These users are advised to stay signed in until the teams app is updated.
Who has the Teams app but Not Is logged in, it is recommended that you uninstall the application, install it, and then log in. These users are also advised not to sign out afterwards, and to install the next update for the diff app.
“We take this issue very seriously,” Google said. And a big thank you to the Reddit user who mentioned this issue.
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