Google has announced it is fixing an issue that could make it harder for some users to upgrade their driver update to the latest version of the software.
The software updates, which were available to install on Android devices, were first discovered last week.
The Google engineers said the fix was made available for all affected users who have previously downloaded a version of Android that was not compatible with the latest drivers, and was not affected by previous driver updates.
The fix is not yet live on Google Play, but the company said it would be rolled out to users by Friday.
“We’re working with our OEM partners to ensure this fix is available for them as soon as possible,” Google said in a blog post.
“Our engineers are working hard to provide the best drivers possible for the latest Android versions.”
Google said drivers could be updated in a “few minutes” to address the issue.
“For the latest software, you should upgrade to the most recent driver from our drivers page,” the blog post said.
“Please check your device manufacturer’s driver website for any updates for your device.
Please do not install this update manually as it could cause the device to become stuck on a driver installation error.”
Google did not say whether the drivers would be available to download on a future date.