Google Carrier Services moves to the Play Store, but it does absolutely nothing (for now)
Many device manufacturers, including Google, choose to update pre-installed applications through the Play Store. This way, individual apps can be updated without the need for an entire system software update. Another pre-installed app, simply called ‘Carrier Services,’ has been moved to the Play Store.
The app description says it, “helps carriers provide mobile services using the latest networking capabilities,” and that it includes support for “enhanced features in the Android Messages app.” An update for the application is currently rolling out to Android phones worldwide, seemingly regardless of the device’s carrier.
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