Found the answer to my question myself here:
Solution: On devices running Android 7.0-8.1, file-based encryption (FBE) can't be used together with adoptable storage.
No. Your location history is never completely exact. It is because GPS location is often bad, particularly in these cases:
If you are inside reinforced concrete buildings or trains. It is because the metal in wall (of the building) or the case of the train shadows the signal of the GPS satellites.
If there is no GPS signal, google maps tries to use the MAC ...
Probably they can not see what you write in proton mail. As comment explains, typically the apps have no access to the data of the others, thus the apps of the google have no special permission, and no access to other apps (and not even to the data of each other - for example, gmail can not see your google maps timeline).
The OS itself is developed ...
You could try using IP Webcam, installing the computer driver on a computer on a LAN, and then using PC webcam software that points at your NAS. Not sure on how to write directly though. If your NAS allows you to host an FTP server from it, however, you could write directly.
On the topic of FTP, you could use Filezilla Server on a Windows computer, and ...
Thanks to the chat discussion with Irfan Latif, alecxs and Kulfy the consensus was :
The OTA update should in theory have all previous security patches applied.
Updates are not covered under AOSP documentation and it's left to OEMs discretion. Probably that's why there isn't documentation around this.
Therefore, reach out to Google for a conclusive answer....
I feel I found solution to my problem. Though it is not exactly what is in the question title, but it is perfectly does the job.
In the LineageOS there is a special setting that is located in Settings>Privacy, it is called Protected apps
In this applet you can specify any app and protect it with pattern.
Any, including Settings app, which fully covers ...