By now, many of you know that your Android phone can’t be trusted by a trusted third party, like Google.
This is because Android has no way to communicate securely with the Internet, so there’s no way for a third party to check that the phone is running the latest version of Android.
So, if your phone’s security is compromised, there’s nothing you can do to fix it.
In order to be able to install a SSL certificate on your phone, you’ll need to go to the official Google web site, GoogleCert.com.
Here you can purchase the latest, certified SSL certificates for your device.
You’ll then need to get a certificate from Google and send it to Google’s servers.
Before you start installing the certificate, though, you should be aware of some important security tips.
SSL certificates are not signed by a single authority.
This means the certificate can be faked, forged, and revoked without any trace of the certificate.
There are several ways that a rogue certificate can get into your device, including by installing an app or software on your device that alters the certificate signature, or by installing malware that can change the certificate’s certificate fingerprint.
Also, make sure you don’t install any malicious software on the phone.
If you have any questions about installing or updating your Google device’s certificate, check out our guide to installing a new certificate on a Nexus 7 or Pixel.
To install a certificate on the Nexus 7: Go to Settings > About phone > Check for updates.
You should see a message that says “Google has been updated with a new version of the Google Certificate Service, version 126.96.36.199.”
Click that to update your certificate.
You may also see a warning, “This certificate is signed by the issuer of this certificate.”
Follow the instructions on that message to update the certificate on Google’s certificate server.
To update your Google certificate: Open the Google Certificates application.
Go to the certificate server tab.
In the “Issuer” column, select the certificate you want to update.
On the Certificate tab, select a new issuer.
On that page, scroll to the bottom and select the new certificate from the list.
Go back to the main Google Certifications page and click “Update certificate” to update Google’s cert.
Note: The certificates for the Nexus devices listed in this article are still available.
You can also install a new Google certificate from your computer using the official certificate management app.
To check for updates for your Google account, visit the Google Cloud Console and log in to your Google Account.
In your account settings, go to Google Apps > Apps and devices > Google Cloud > Google Certs.
On this page, click the “Certificates” tab.
On it, click “New certificate.”
In the dialog box, enter your name, the issuer, and the certificate URL.
Check “Sign in with your Google credentials.”
Click “Next” to verify that the certificate is authentic.
Go ahead and update your certificates.
If all went well, you’re good to go.
But there’s one important caveat to this process: If your Android devices have a different certificate from yours, you need to update those certificates before you can install a Google certificate.
This isn’t a problem if you’re updating the same certificates for multiple phones.
Go through the steps on that page and follow the instructions to update certificates on the device that you want.
To get the latest Google cert: Go back into your Google Cert certificates page and open the “Google Certificate” tab again.
On Google’s website, you can click on the “Get certified certificate” button to see if your Android has a new SSL certificate.
If it does, click it and you’ll be taken to the “Update certificates” page.
You might see a note that the new certificates have expired, but you should have no worries: You can download a new cert and install it from the Google cert server.
On your computer, go into the root directory of the Android folder you want the certificates to be installed to.
If your root directory isn’t there, open it up.
In a text editor, type in the following command: cat /proc/self/certs/nss.key > /proc/_/usr/bin/ssl.cacert Now, go back into the Certifications page and search for the cert you want your Nexus device to use.
If everything worked out correctly, your Nexus devices should now have certificates that match your current phone’s cert signature.
If not, there may be a problem with the cert that Google has updated.
To fix this, go straight to Google and follow our step-by-step guide to update a certificate for Nexus devices.
To upgrade your Nexus phone’s certificate: Go into the “Settings” section.
Click on “About phone” and check for update.
You will see a notification saying “You’re about to install an update that requires root access to your device.”