Asus is steadily improving the performance of its devices, be it security patches or fixing vulnerabilities. The Taiwan giant pushed the Android 11 update to ZenFone 7 and 7 Pro, followed by a system update. Now, the duo is again grabbing another software update with a couple of month-old security patch by Google, April 2021.
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The fresh build for Asus ZenFone 7 and 7 Pro can be identified with version number JP_184.108.40.206. As the build number suggests, the package is currently rolling out in Japan for model numbers ZS670KS and ZS671KS respectively.
Along with the April patch, the update brings improved stability in the System and when using Wi-Fi tethering. Moreover, it addresses few issues and brings fixes for the status bar display bug and the issue where thumbnails were sometimes not displayed on the computer. Furthermore, after flashing the update, your device will start reading the QR code with the default camera app.
- Google Security Path Update (April 5, 2021)
- Improve system stability
- Fixed status bar display bug
- Improved stability when using Wi-Fi tethering
- Fixed an issue where thumbnails were sometimes not displayed on the computer
- Supports reading QR code with the genuine camera app
As normal updates occur, this OTA build is also rolling out to different serial numbers by batches. Accordingly, it may take a while to reach every unit. However, you can navigate it manually via Settings -> System -> System updates, check if the new firmware is available for your device, and then click Download and install.