Asus ROG Phone 3 getting August 2020 Security Patch update with firmware 17.0823.2007.25

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A couple of days back, Asus launched its new ROG Phone 3. Within 5 days after its launch, the company released the July 2020 Security Patch update for the device. Now, the August 2020 Security Patch update is rolling out for the smartphone with 17.0823.2007.25 firmware version in India.

August 2020 Security Patch update is now rolling out for Asus ROG Phone 3

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The new update brings the latest security patch, bug fixes for reported/known issues, and a new add-on for Outdoor mode in the sound settings. The new update also brings support for the three-finger screenshot function. Besides this, no new features were added to the device via this update. For better understanding, we have dropped the update Changelog below.

  • Added Outdoor mode in Sound settings
  • Supported three-finger screenshot function
  • Added AirTriggers feature to trigger macros during gameplay
  • Fixed Bluetooth connection to the car (Lexus/Volvo), adjusting the volume on the phone during a call is invalid
  • Fixed touch not working issue when the Airtrigger is set to multitouch
  • Fixed Home occasionally black screen issue when entering the system and select the classic theme

In availability, the OTA is spinning out in batches. As a result, it may take some time to reach each and every unit. However, you can also check the update status manually by navigating to Settings>Software updates>Check for updates. We also suggest you switch to the WiFi network to avoid carrier data costs.

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