Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1, Asus ZenFone Max M2 Android Pie Update Now Rolling Out in India

HIGHLIGHTS

Android Pie rollout begins for ZenFone Max Pro M1, Max M2

ZenFone Max Pro M1 update size is 1.55GB

The roll out is in phases, brings updated security patch


Asus ZenFone Max Ace M1 and Asus ZenFone Max M2 telephones are currently accepting their foreseen Android Pie update in India, after postponements. In the wake of missing its guaranteed February discharge window, Asus then said that the Asus ZenFone Max Ace M1 and Asus ZenFone Max M2 will get the Android Pie update, most recent by April 15. Presently, the organization is at last revealing the update to the two telephones for clients in India, and we prescribe checking physically, on the off chance that you haven't just got a warning.

Asus has taken to its discussions in India to declare the rollout. The firmware variant for Asus ZenFone Max Genius M1 ₹ 9,043 clients is v16.2017.1903.050, and the firmware rendition for Asus ZenFone Max M2 ₹ 8,499 clients is v16.2018.1903.37. In light of a screen capture shared by a client on the discussions, the measure of the Android Pie update for Asus ZenFone Max Star M1 clients is at 1.55GB. The individuals who have been on the Android Pie beta form will just get an update of 392MB size.

Numerous clients are taking to the gatherings to whine of a downloading issue too. We suggest downloading the product update utilizing a decent Wi-Fi association and keeping in mind that the telephone is on charge. On the off chance that the issue continues, it might be a bug that Asus should resolve soon. To check for the update, head to Settings > Framework > Framework Updates.

Asus' changelog likewise expresses that the Android Pie update additionally brings another security fix, yet doesn't unequivocally make reference to if it's the April 2019 security fix or not. There's still no word on when the Asus ZenFone Max Expert M2 will get the Android Pie update, anyway Asus has guaranteed that it ought to get it before April 15.

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