AT&T HTC One M9 Gets Better With Android Nougat Update

HTC One M9

AT&T has rolled out Android Nougat update for HTC One M9 smartphone. With software version 4.27.502.7, the update measures 1.39GB in size. If you install the update, your HTC One M9 smartphone with SKU 0PJA110 will also be updated with the Android security patch of February including Android Nougat.

While the firmware version has been tagged with 4.27.502.7 CL870623 release-keys, the baseband version of the update bears 01.01_U114401021_125.03.70202A_2_F. Moreover, the kernel version of the Android Nougat update is specified as 3.10.84-perf-g8f32d8f. If you would like to install the update, you should have installed the previous version, which is 3.38.502.41.

HTC One M9

AT&T has mentioned the file size as 1399.01MB. Hence, you should activate Wi-Fi to download the update to avoid interruption. You should also note that the update is being pushed via OTA. Hence, it will take few days for the update to hit your smartphone. If you are eligible, you will view a message notification. Alternatively, you can manually check the presence of the update by tapping Settings | About Phone option.

If you manage to install the update, you will be able to work with several features of Android 7.0 Nougat. In addition to split-screen functionality, the update also brings in the revamped notification system including an enhanced doze mode.

On the specifications front, the HTC One M9 features a 5-inch Super LCD3 FHD display, Snapdragon 810 processor, Adreno 430 graphics, 3GB RAM, 32GB expandable storage, 20MP rear camera, 4MP front-facing snapper powered by a 2840mAh battery with fast charging support.

Before proceeding to install the update, you should also make sure to free up 2GB of disk space. Otherwise, you will find it difficult to install the Android Nougat update. However, you need not have to worry if you have a smartphone with 32GB or 64GB of default internal storage space. Since HTC One M9 ships with 32GB storage, you need not have to worry.

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