It seems that HTC has finally started rolling out the Android Nougat update to its HTC 10 devices in Australia. The update comes with the build number 2.41.709.3 and it has a size of 1.38GB. We have to mention that the update also contains the latest Android Security patch that Google has released.
After you install the latest update on your HTC 10 device, you will finally be able to use all of the new options and features that the Android 7.0 Nougat comes with. Along with the new traits, the new operating system also brings support for VoLTE/VoWiFi and system improvements for the device.
We have to remind you that the HTC 10 owners from Europe, Thailand, Hong Kong and Canada have received the Android Nougat update last month, which means that Australians had to wait a bit longer for it.
We’re not sure why it took HTC so long to release the new update to its HTC 10 in Australia. There are rumors which say that the developers have found some bugs and other issues that made them delay the release.
We remind you that in Europe the update comes with the build number 2.41.666.3 and has 1.26GB in size, while in Thailand the build number is 2.41.709.3 and weighs in at 1.38GB. However, for the HTC 10 owners in Hong Kong, the Android Nougat update comes with the build number 2.41.708.3 and the size is 1.23GB.
We have to mention that HTC has also stopped the Nougat update for the HTC 10 devices in Mainland Europe because it has found some technical issues. However, the manufacturer has resumed the update on February 7, 2017.
Before you start installing the update on your HTC 10 we suggest you to connect the device to a Wi-Fi network so that you don’t waste any mobile data. Once the download is complete, you should also check your device’s battery and make sure that it has 50% or else it might shutdown during the updating process, which can brick your handset.