Good news for HTC U11 users, Company has started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for HTC U11 in Taiwan. The HTC U11 Android Oreo Update rolling out via OTA and comes with version number 2.31.709.1 and November’s security patch. The HTC U11 Oreo OTA update has a size of 1.3GB and includes VoWifi service for CHT customers in Taiwan. You can check HTC U11 Android Oreo Update on your device by heading to settings, about and hit system update, check if there is any update available, if yes, update it.

If you are a HTC U11 user just head to settings to check for the update or you can wait for some time, we will soon provide you the HTC U11 Oreo OTA file with that you can Update HTC U11 to Android Oreo manually. HTC hasn’t revealed the plan to release the Oreo update in the US and other regions but it is expected to start the roll out in the coming weeks.

HTC U11 Android Oreo Update rolling out in Taiwan as version 2.31.709.1

The new Android 8.0 Oreo 2.31.709.1 for HTC U11 packed with all Oreo Features along with the newest version of HTC Sense andVoWifi service for CHT customers in Taiwan. The HTC U11 Android Oreo Update is available via OTA (over-the-air), and it is about 1.3GB in size with build number 2.31.709.1. The update will not wipe your data but it is still advisable to take a backup before you Update HTC U11 to Oreo.

Note: – Make sure you at least 2GB of free space on your device and battery level should be 75% before you Update HTC U11 to Android Oreo. It is recommended to take backup of your device and do a factory reset after installing the update if you are facing forced closed error.

HTC U11 Oreo

How to Manually Check HTC U11 Android Oreo Update –

The update is rolling out to Taiwanese U11 units and there is no particular date when Oreo 2.31.709.1 update is rolling out globally. To check Oreo update for HTC U11 manually head over to the Settings-> About device -> Software update. 

The Oreo OTA file for HTC U11 is not available for now, but we will provide it soon so you can Update HTC U11 to Oreo manually. Let us know your experience if you receive the update. Stay connected with us via FacebookTwitter, and Google Plus to read more such helpful posts.

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