If you're an Android user, grab your phone, go to the Google Search app or Google Assistant, and type "the1975.com" in the search bar to make a bizarre and see recently discovered bugs This displays your latest text messages.
The glitch, which was the first displayed by a redditor on the Google Pixel subreddit, causes the Google search tool to display the last text messages sent by the user. Google is already aware of the error and speaks to it. For the time being, however, you can still type in one or the other answer by entering several misspelled sentences.
The problem was first identified by the search term "the1975 ..". com "but it has been reported since by the BBC that the phrase" icela viagens "- a spelling mistake of the Portuguese travel agency Vizela Viagens – and" the1975 # .com "will also trigger the strange answer Other variants of these expressions also appear to work for Reddit users .
When one of these phrases is entered into the Google Search app, Google Assistant or other Android widgets that are supported by the company search engine Tool (A redditor reported the error by typing the terms in Pixel Launcher Google's first-party startup screen for Pixel and Pixel XL phones into the search bar)
Google Search Tool will display text messages to a user upon request – a feature that can assist with the use of hands-free kits in the event that you are at the wheel or your hands are otherwise busy nn intentionally with the phrase "show me my text messages." But of course, the typos that result in text messaging are nothing like the actual command.
(It's worth noting that the real command and error will only work if a user grants Google permission to view text messages that can be enabled and disabled in the Search App or Google Assistant settings.)  The bug is not really a privacy risk because a user would need to do it already. Give Google Assistant the permission to view text messages. A malicious actor could then display it with the real command and have no reason to use the access to the information. But it is strange!
A Google spokesman told Gizmodo that the company is already aware of the problem and called it a "speech recognition bug in the Google Search app for Android". According to the company, the app "misinterpreted certain phrases as an invitation to see current text messages."
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