Android is an operating system that evolves over time, developers get new features and release as updates, in addition to updates that are made to incorporate new features of mobile phones that are coming to market. Let’s see today how we can upgrade Android to the latest version.
Updating Android to the latest version is not as complicated as it seems, there are many ways to do it, let’s go over some of the more important ones.
The latest version of Android is Android 7 Nougat.
All the different ways that we will see to update Android in this article serve for any version of Android (Android 7 Nougat, Marshmallow or Lollipop) and you are worth for any brand of phones that run Android, whether Samsung, LG or Sony between Others and also for all Chinese phones and tablets.
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What’s the use of upgrading a mobile / cell phone or tablet to the latest version of Android?
Each new version of Android that comes out improves the previous one, like for example:
- Consuming less battery
- Higher phone speed
- New Functions
- Renewed appearance and more modern
- Security issues fixed
It is important to have the phone or the cellphone always updated the smartphone in the latest version especially since there are many applications that only work in the last or penultimate update of Android.
Considerations before updating Android to the latest version
Back up your phone’s data
Before making any type of modification to your mobile phone, it is important that you make a backup of the data, a backup is mandatory in these cases, because this type of processes can fail and if this happens, you are very likely to lose data Personal, so the first thing is to make a backup to save your data.
Get informed before updating
The new versions of Android usually come with many improvements, new applications, improvements in the interface, speed of the system and of course are corrected many errors that are reported by users during the previous system life cycle.
Like everything in life, upgrades bring improvements, but also drawbacks, each device is different, one’s specifications differ greatly, and this can make a new system work worse than expected.
In the case of the updates by the official channel, it may happen that they issue an update, but that is diminishing the performance of some line of devices and not speak when the manual update process is performed. So before you do anything you have to check to see if it really is worth upgrading our Android to the latest version.
I advise you to upgrade your Android to Android 7 Nougat, you can see an article in http://www.futurescope.com with all the latest Android updates.