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Goodnews for those who own either the Infinix Note 3/ S2/Zero 4 or Hot 4, Infinix has released Android 7.0 updates via OTA

 



Infinix OTA updates are now available for Infinix S2, Infinix Zero 4, Note 3 & HOT 4 to upgrade to Android 7.0 OS.

Infinix has put into consideration the time it takes to download the updates depending on your network/location. We have improvised to release a New System Update App to help you download OTA updates at a breeze.

The new System Update App is embedded with new OTA server, which gives users an improved speed when downloading an update. It also eliminates the problem of restarting update and update-failed error.

How does it work?

Note: Battery must be plugged in to charge or must be charged above 60% to implement the OTA Upgrade.

Step 1 – Download the App using this Link (http://bit.ly/2qIP1Ne)

Step 2 – Install the Downloaded APK

Step 3 – Open the APK and Wait for it to automatically load the Update

Step 4 – Click Download for the OTA upgrade

Step 5 – Restart your smartphone after the update is complete

Afterwards,you can start enjoying the feature’s of Android Nougat. Cheers

Source:Infinix mobility

Goodnews for those who own either the Infinix Note 3/ S2/Zero 4 or Hot 4, Infinix has released Android 7.0 updates via OTA 2
Screenshot of the update page on the Infinix S2’s system update app
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19 Comments

  1. This, ladies and gentlemen is what Infinix brings to the yard… OTA updates; security fixes as well as major updates… Your move Tecno.

  2. I use to think that updates to phones are sent by Android themselves and not the phone manufacturers of the hardware

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