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Amazon backtracks, decides to bring encryption back to Fire OS

March 5, 2016 - Uncategorized

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Just a day after we reported that Amazon had quietly removed device encryption from Fire OS version 5, the company has reversed course and decided to bring encryption back to Fire OS

See also: Google, Facebook and other tech giants file in court to support Apple’s fight against the FBI

However, if you were expecting an immediate solution, you’re out of luck, as the encryption update won’t arrive for at least a couple of weeks

We will return the option for full disk encryption with a Fire OS update coming this spring,” an Amazon spokesperson told Engadget in a statement late Friday.

The first rumblings regarding the removal of device encryption surfaced earlier this year after a user on an Amazon customer forum pointed out the change in February. The changes affect Amazon devices including the Fire Phone, Amazon Fire HD and Kindle Fire tablets Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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