A new software upgrade has been released for Google’s tracking devices.
A recent update to the Google Tracking Device update includes the ability to remotely trigger a software update to Google’s devices.
The Google Tracking device software update is available now for devices running Android 7.1.1 (Jelly Bean) or later.
The update will be available on Android devices running Google’s new Chrome OS browser and Google Chrome Web Store, and Google’s Chrome OS smartphone.
The update is intended to be installed remotely, rather than through the Google Play Store.
The update will add the ability for users to enable the Google tracking software on a remote device.
Users can also configure the tracking software to automatically download when the device is powered off.
Users will also be able to turn off the Google tracker by selecting the toggle switch and entering the Disable button.
Users will need to reboot their devices to install the update.
The latest update for Google tracking devices will be included with the Google Cloud Platform upgrade that is available to developers.