We Go Over The Steps On How To Update Your Android
Every year Android’s OS gets an update with a newer and better version. Each update comes with better security and other cool features.
Why should you update your device though? Well, for many reasons of course. First of all, as new apps come out, some have implemented newer features and aren’t as compatible with older Android operating systems. To ensure your device will keep up and also have the latest security features, it is important to make sure you have the latest updates on your device. It’s just one of those things that is necessary to protect your device as much as you can.
It’s also a good idea to update your devices because there is often some bugs that need fixing and this is remedied with an updated OS version. There is also some performance improvements involved with updates. These updates help make sure the phone operates to it’s full potential performance-wise.
Here’s the steps to update your device manually, if there is an update available for your device.
- Open the settings app on your device.
- Scroll to the “about phone” section and click on it.
- In here you will find some options. One should say “system updates” or “software update”. Click on it. It should start to do a search to see if there is an update available for your device. If there is then it will ask you some more questions and options to install the update.
- Sometimes when you click on software update it might ask you to search for updates. If it does, just click on it and it will search for the latest update for your device.
It’s important to know that just because there is a newer version of Android out for your phone, it doesn’t mean it will be available for your device yet. Your phone’s manufacturer and your carrier are both responsible for releasing the updates so if there isn’t one out yet, check again a little later to see if it’s available yet.