Android Oreos are expected to be released later this month, but some users have been having trouble downloading them.

The latest Android version can be downloaded from Google Play and requires an Android device running Android 5.0 Lollipop.

However, it appears that Android O will not be the last update to the OS.

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the latest version of Android Oreol is not a “real” Oreo.

Instead, it’s an unofficial update to a custom version of the OS that includes features like better security and a more powerful processor.

However the article states that “many people have reported issues with the software, including a reported security vulnerability that allows a malicious actor to install malicious apps on Android devices.”

The OS also reportedly includes some additional features that may have been missed in the official release.

The Wall St. Journal article goes on to say that the developers of the unofficial update have been contacting users and asking for help in installing it.

However in a post on its website, the developers have not provided any details about the latest OS update.

Google says that it’s working to address these issues and to provide users with the latest software and support.