Asus ZenFone Max M2 June Security Update released; ZenFone 4 Pro receives new FOTA

Asus devices are one of its kind and provide some amazing mobile phone ranges. A significant one of them is the Asus ZenFone Max M2. This Asus device comes with Snapdragon 632 processor. Originally, it had the Android 8.1 Oreo but through an update it transformed into Android 9.0 Pie. Recently, this device has also received the June Security Update. Here’s all you need to know about it –

Asus ZenFone Max M2 June Security Update released; ZenFone 4 Pro receives new FOTA

The June Security Update has brought a number of amazing features that include – Optimization of the lower handset volume glitch, improvisations in the intensity of Vibrations, Digital Wellbeing, adjust sound pressure, Bug fixes like the black power-off icon in the dark mode, etc.

Asus ZenFone Max M2 jUNE sECURITY uPDATE

The build number of this Security Patch is 16.2017.1906.06720190703. Asus has now also pushed other monthly security updates for Max M2 Devices having the build number – 16.2018.1906.47. These security patches have brought the update and optimization of Android System along with the upgrading of Google Mobile Services to version 9.0_201905.

Now coming to the next device that has received the June Security Update is the ZenFone 4 Pro. This device comes with a Snapdragon 835 SoC processor and is one of the high-end phones by Asus. This device originally came with Android Nougat 7.1.1 but was later upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo. It consists of ZenUI 4. This device got its monthly Security Update – FOTA and introduced the Google Security Patch Update.

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Asus ZenFone 4 Pro

If you are a ZenFone 4 Pro and haven’t yet received the update, keep calm. The security update is rolled out in batches and hence it may take some time for it to have a place on your device. Or you can also manually check for updates in case you missed the notification by going to Settings>System> System Updates and check for new firmware.

For more stuff relating to updates, stay tuned with us to know!

Happy Androiding:-)

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