Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 Android 10 update still distant as device gets May patch with VoWiFi (Download link inside)
Asus still has some work to do regarding the stable ZenFone Max Pro M2 Android 10 update. The software has been expected for months now and still no sign of it rolling out.
Matter of fact, a new Pie-based update is rolling out to the handset, suggesting that the wait for Android 10 to hit the ZenFone Max Pro M2 is still on. Until when? Your guess is as good as ours.
Sure, you can already install Android 10 on the Max Pro M2 either as beta software or as one of the many custom ROMs doing rounds. The former channel got a new beta update not long ago.
The latter camp has the likes of Pixeldust ROM, Pixel Experience, Paranoid Android ROM, LineageOS, and so on. But as you wait for the stable ZenFone Max Pro M2 Android 10 update to arrive, there’s plenty that the Pie-based May security update bundles.
Arriving as software version 16.2017.2005.092, the update is rolling out to models ZB630KL in India (IN) and ZB631KL in Russia (RU) and the rest of the globe (WW).
Below is a summary of the changes the update brings to the ZenFone Max Pro M2.
1. Updated Android security patch
2. Support TWM VoWifi function
3. Updated APN list
Source 1, 2, 3
Recent software updates have been used to enable VoWiFi calling on various smartphones in India, but the incoming Max Pro M2 update has little to do with India’s VoWiFi services. Instead, the feature is meant for Taiwan Mobile.
The airborne update may take some time to hit all units, but we have the link to download and install the firmware manually on your handset right below, at least for the WW SKU.
- Device: Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2
- Channel: Global (WW) Stable
- Version: 16.2017.2005.092
- Android: 9
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- Type: Recovery
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