Asus ROG Phone 2 started getting the Android 10 update earlier this month, and the company has now made available a download link for all those who still haven't received it over-the-air. Asus has also shared the full changelog of the update, and it brings along the system-wide dark mode feature, and tweaks to call and power button menu related settings. To recall, the Android 10 beta programme began in November last year, and the company tested the software for several months, before rolling it out in a stable manner in March.
The company has shared the Android 10 image for Asus ROG Phone 2 on its website, and users can sideload it and flash it on their phones if they can't wait for the OTA rollout to complete. The firmware version number for the update is 17.0210.2001.60, and the size of the update is listed to be at 2.25GB. Because of its large size, it is recommended to download the update under good Wi-Fi connection and install it while the phone is on charge. Check for the update manually in Settings > System > System Updates if you haven't received a notification yet. If you do decide to install the image shared on the website, ensure that you back up your data before beginning the process. Follow the step-by-step instructions mentioned on the site.
As mentioned, the beta testing for this Android 10 update had begun in November. Asus first announced the beginning of the stable rollout of the Android 10 update for the Asus ROG Phone 2 earlier this month.
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