HTC has resumed Android 7.0 Nougat Software update for its HTC 10 flagship Smartphone which was paused last month due to some technical issues.
Things have not been going so well for the HTC during the recent years. After they have lost their significant position to Apple and Samsung in today’s competitive market, the company is trying to make its comeback with full zeal and glory, but the HTC 10 did not prove out to be their successful return which they hoped for.
Last month HTC began updates for their Smartphones which were made available to the users present in the regions of UK, Russia, Turkey and the Middle East. Soon after its roll out, it was stopped on technical grounds. Other than this, no further details have been offered from the company as to why it has halted the rollout. The company has now resumed the updates of HTC 10 devices in mainland Europe. Regions which are still deprived of and those who just simply can’t afford to wait can check out the online flashing tools that the company has released to install the updates.
Here it is very necessary to mention that these updates are not available for the users in the Netherlands as the Dutch HTC 10 updates are still in progress.
HTC 10 Lifestyle and One M9 also makes to the list of devices which are to receive Android Nougat. The firmware along with Android 7.0 Nougat, bundles other system enhancements and the latest Android security powered by Google. Turkey, South Africa, and mainland Europe are yet to receive Nougat updates for One M9.