Nokia, even though delaying the Android 10 update for its Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 smartphone, released January 2020 security patch for both phones. The security update is still for Android 9.0 (Pie), while users were waiting for a major upgrade. Talking about the timely update provision approach, OEM devices of Nokia deploy almost Android OS (near stock) and deliver security patches every month. However, due to obvious reasons, devices are not getting an Android Q update yet.
The January 2020 security patch is released today with Nokia 6.2 receiving V1.16A and Nokia 7.2 receiving V1.39 version update. Another security patch gets some bug fixes done, and with the current updates, mobile data related issues along with few other errors will fix after the update.
Over the Air update takes some time to reach all devices in different regions of the world. The OTA update arrives gradually to the devices. However, I’d recommend you to check for the availability of a new update, and you can do it by going to Settings > System > Software Update.
Another tip worth mentioning is using Wi-Fi instead of mobile data to update both devices to the latest version for safety and also bug fixes. Before installing software, make sure there is enough storage available for the update to be installed on your Nokia device.
In case you have not received the update try waiting for few hours or download the firmware from the links given below:
However, if you choose to update manually, it would require some effort, and this method is recommended for experts only. Do leave below if you have anything to share related to Nokia software updates.
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