New Oreo update for Xiaomi Mi A1 released

This took less time than expected – Xiaomi is pushing out a new version of the Oreo update for the Mi A1. That update was pulled on Friday after the discovery of several nasty bugs. The new update reportedly resolves the Bluetooth battery drain, random reboots and other issues, it also restores the gesture functionality of the fingerprint reader. Also included in this update is the January security patch. The original update packed the December patch. A new version of the Oreo update for the Xiaomi Mi A1 has been released If you already installed the defective update, the new… – Latest articles

Xiaomi Mi A1 Android Oreo update resumes with January security patch, includes bug fixes

Xiaomi started rolling out Android Oreo update for Mi A1 smartphone on 31st December as it had promised. Later it pulled the update due to bugs and said that it will resume in a couple of weeks after fixing the bugs. Now the company confirmed that it has started rolling out a new OPR1.170623. update for the smartphone that includes Android Security patch for January 2018 and also includes bug fixes. Even though the update is said to fix several bugs including Bluetooth Battery drain issues, random reboots, Unresponsiveness of dialer app and more that users have faced with the first update and also brings back fingerprint gestures and removes SIM HD notification, but some are still experiencing few bugs such as slow camera. The update for those who have already received the Android Oreo update is 89MB and the update is also rolling out for Android Nougat users that includes Android Oreo update along with the January security patch which is 1112.4MB is size. Still the update is rolling out gradually so it might take some time to reach everyone. Source 1, 2, 3
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[Update: More devices may be affected] Google Home Max appears to be killing some WiFi networks

You might recall a few months ago when the Nexus Player started knocking WiFi networks offline following an update. Now, it looks like something similar is happening with the Google Home Max. Owners of the TP-Link Archer C7 report consistent issues with network crashes when a Home Max is online—Google and TP-Link are on the case.

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Nokia 6 (2018) and Nokia 7 Oreo update roll out officially started

A week after there were reports that the Nokia 6 (2018) has started getting the Oreo update, the company has officially announced the roll out. In a Weibo post today, HMD confirmed that the update has been launched for both second gen Nokia 6 as well as the Nokia 7. Here’s what the post said (translated): # New Nokia6 is worth anyway # Android O attack, eat Oreo together! Today, the new Nokia 6 and Nokia 7 officially launched Android Oreo 8.0 system updates. Speed ​​upgrade, more concise, more fluid, a new generation of background management mechanism, lower power… – Latest articles

HTC 10 Oreo update has been pulled

HTC seems to have pulled the Oreo update for its 10 smartphone. The update was made available last week, both over-the-air as well as through RUU download. But a quick look now reveals the RUU link has been taken down and reports say users didn’t receive any OTA notification as well. Many of those who managed to manually install the update have also been reporting battery issues and other problems, so it appears the build wasn’t ready for prime time anyway. There’s no information on when the update will be made available again. Source 1 2 – Latest articles