It is a known fact, that Asus is not a name to reckon when it comes to rolling out timely updates. Take the Asus ZenFone Max M1 Android 10 update for example, which is still nowhere to be seen.
Even though the AOSP version of Android 10 update has been released for the device, users of the Asus ZenFone Max M1 are yet to experience the Android 10 OS features on their phones.
While users are waiting for the Android OS update on their Max M1, Asus delivered an Android Pie-based security patch for the device, a few days ago.
The current scenario suggests that the Android 10 update for the phone is, not in the cards, as of now. And while users of the ZenFone Max M1 gawk Android 10 stable update, a new custom ROM is now officially available for the device that gives the users an opportunity to enjoy all the Android 10 features.
Notably, the uber-popular Pixel Experience custom ROM based on Android 10 is now available for the ZenFone Max M1. Thanks to the open-source nature of Android, users can now experience all the Android 10 features on their ZenFone Max M1.
Talking about the Pixel Experience ROM, it comes with GApps pre-installed like Google Maps, Chrome, YouTube, etc and also brings all the features of the Google Pixel like new animations, gestures, and much more.
If you are also interested in installing the Android 10-based Pixel Experience ROM for the ZenFone Max M1, then, you can grab the package file from the below section:
- Pixel Experience ROM – Asus ZenFone Max M1
Just a reminder, you should have an unlocked bootloader on your phone in order to install the Pixel Experience ROM on your ZenFone Max M1.
Moreover, it is also advised that you make sure to take a complete backup of your phone’s data, before installing the custom ROM, to avoid data loss, in case things go south during the process.
Let us know your experience of running your Asus ZenFone Max M1 with the Pixel Experience ROM in the comments section below.
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