HTC starts rolling out the October security update to HTC 10 and One M9 on T-Mobile network
Samsung started the business of updates this week when it started to roll out the security patch for the month of October to its customers and now, HTC is following in their footsteps as they have also started to ply that same route. While T-Mobile is the first to announce the availability of this update on its network, we are looking to see the others announce theirs too in a matter of the coming days.
The eligibility criteria for getting this new one that is rolling out is being an owner of either the HTC 10 or the One M9 and while the update still keeps your device running on the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1, don’t expect much from this except from the normal performance improvements and bug fixes that comes with these kinds of housekeeping rollouts.
Since this one is a software update, we doubt if a lot of internal memory space would be required for it but just make sure that you have about 200MB of free space floating around your device. That is not a condition from the company or the carrier but just a surety for your own sake.
Give that it is an OTA update, it could take some time before the notification starts popping up on your device so just stay put or head over to Settings and manually request it.
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