Asus ZenFone 5Z March update with bugfixes for Android 10-swipe up gesture navigation, WiFi hotspot, random restarts & more released
Asus ZenFone 5Z was among the first few smartphones that picked up the Android 10 update in a short span of time since the release of the OS. Notably, it grabbed the update back in November 2019.
The last update that the Asus ZenFone 5Z picked up was V220.127.116.11 that brought in fixes for issues where users are unable to use PS4 handle to play PS4 remote games, battery draining, and no audio while playing music through Bluetooth.
However, there was a swipe-up navigation gesture bug that came into the light along with the Android 10 update which was expected to get fixed in the future update.
And going by the recent developments, the fix for this navigation gesture has finally arrived with the March 2020 security update for the ZenFone 5Z.
This new update arrives with version number 18.104.22.168 and along with the bugfix for Android 10-swipe up gesture navigation brings fixes for the WiFi hotspot, random restarts, etc.
The latest March OTA is now available for the global as well as the Russian users of the Asus ZenFone 5Z. You can check out the complete changelog of the update below:
1. Updated Android security patch
2. Adjusted touch area of Game Genie toolbar
3. Fixed Wi-Fi hotspot issues
4. Improved Swipe-up gesture navigation function
5. Fixed an issue where apps couldn’t be cleared from Recent Apps view
6. Fixed random restarts happened when accessing Mobile Manager
7. Optimization RF component check mechanism to improving the user experience
8. Optimized system stability
9. Updated apn table
10. Removed Ventelo internet/mms APN
11. Updated Sweden Tele2 APN
Although the bugfix for the navigation gesture took some time, it is good to see that Asus took note of the issue and rolled out a an update for the Asus ZenFone 5Z.
As of now, we do not have the download link for this update for the Asus ZenFone 5Z, but we will keep you updated once the link is available. You can check for it manually by heading over Settings>>System>>Software Updates.
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