Fairphone Open 19.05.2 release

Fairphone Open 19.05.2 has been released. You can get it through the Updater, or by download in the download section of this site.

Security fixes

from the Android Security Bulletin—December 2018:

CVE-2018-9568, CVE-2018-11960, CVE-2018-11963

from the Android Security Bulletin—January 2019:

CVE-2018-9582, CVE-2018-9583, CVE-2018-9584, CVE-2018-9585, CVE-2018-9586, CVE-2018-9587, CVE-2018-9588, CVE-2018-9589, CVE-2018-9590, CVE-2018-9591, CVE-2018-9592, CVE-2018-9593, CVE-2018-9594, CVE-2018-10877, CVE-2018-10882, CVE-2018-13405, CVE-2018-18281

from the Android Security Bulletin—February 2019:

CVE-2017-17760, CVE-2017-18009, CVE-2018-5268, CVE-2018-5269, CVE-2019-1986, CVE-2019-1987, CVE-2019-1988, CVE-2019-1991, CVE-2019-1992, CVE-2019-1993, CVE-2019-1994, CVE-2019-1995, CVE-2019-1996, CVE-2019-1997, CVE-2019-1998, CVE-2019-2000, CVE-2019-2001

from the Android Security Bulletin—March 2019:

CVE-2018-9561, CVE-2018-9563, CVE-2018-9564, CVE-2018-20346, CVE-2019-1985, CVE-2019-1989, CVE-2019-1990, CVE-2019-2004, CVE-2019-2009, CVE-2019-2010, CVE-2019-2012, CVE-2019-2013, CVE-2019-2014, CVE-2019-2015, CVE-2019-2016, CVE-2019-2017, CVE-2019-2019, CVE-2019-2020, CVE-2019-2021, CVE-2019-2022

Please report any (new) issues through the bugtracker. As usual, please specify the steps to reproduce, and provide as many details as possible.


If you are coming from Android 6, the Android 7 upgrade cannot be installed on encrypted devices with secure start-up enabled. Please disable secure start-up first: go to security settings and re-enter your current screen lock, but leave secure start-up disabled. You should undo this after installing the update.


If you do encounter the decryption issue after upgrading to Android 7, do not wipe your data. You can flash Android 6 to get your data back and follow the workaround on the bugtracker to install Android 7.