HTC has started to roll out March security update for the HTC One M9 handset. If you install the update, it will improve the performance of the handset to a great extent.
Omar Nasser aka @OmaR__NaSSeRR took to Twitter and shared a screenshot of the update page tagged with the handle of @LlabTooFeR, who is a well-known leaker. Meanwhile, @LlabTooFeR retweeted his tweet posted by Nasser.
— Omar Nasser (@OmaR__NaSSeRR) April 8, 2017
Tagged with the build number 4.30.617.2, the March security update for HTC One M9 measures 466.77MB in size. The System Update page states that the update contains important enhancements and bug fixes, which include System enhancement and Android security patches.
As you can see in the above picture, there are three options such as Install now, Install later and Don’t Install. If your device is not ready then you can bypass the update installation. However, we recommend you to install the update since it will improve the performance of your phone.
If you have access to HTC One M9, you should verify the presence of the update notification. It will take few days for the update to hit the smartphone depending upon your location. You can also manually verify for the update by navigating to Settings | About device | System updates.
Before hitting the download option, you should also backup all the required data from your handset. You will not be able to work with your phone such as making calls etc during the course of the update installation. Moreover, you should not switch off your phone or remove the memory card until the update is finished.
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