This wikiHow instructs you how to by hand update an Android phone or tablet operating system. While your Android will typically update automatically, you can speed up the update process by by hand updating as soon as you know an update is available.
Ten 2nd Summary Edit
1. Connect to Wi-Fi.
Trio. Tap About device.
Four. Tap Software update.
Five. Tap Check for updates.
6. Tap Update and then Install if prompted.
- Software updates help your device become swifter and more efficient. Some updates even give your device extra features.
- Not all devices support the latest Android version. You can check with the phone manufacturer to see if they have plans to release an update soon.
- Your phone storage is divided into two or more partitions, so there may not be enough room left in the partition where it installs updates. Attempt deleting some apps or moving them to the SD card. You can do this through an app such as App2SD, or by rooting your phone to get manual access.
- There are presently no updates available for cherry mobile. However, you can by hand attempt to look for the updates just go after the steps above.
- Yes. There are updates for your device. You can install it by your device itself or by installing it through your Samsung kies in your PC
- To check for updates, go to “Settings,” and then “about device,” where you can click on “software update” and press the “check” button.
- Your data should be safe, but there have been some glitches like this on Samsung devices. If you want to be extra safe, connect your phone to a Google account and back up your SD card contents online.
- As of December 2015, the Micromax A47 only supports Android version Four.Two.
- Check your settings to make sure the network is on. Restart your phone. If it still can’t connect, reset your phone to factory settings, or contact your network provider.
- Yes. Go to settings, then software update. Choose the mobile data option.
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This version of How to Update an Android was reviewed by Lojjik Braughler on February 23, 2015.