In November 2019, Asus started testing the ROG Phone II Android 10 update. Now, after three months, the company is saying that the stable rollout is now near to roll out.
The Taiwanese company has already released the update to many devices such as the ZenFone 6 (Asus 6Z) and also the older ZenFone 5Z. The beta version is still on the test process for the ZenFone Max Pro M2 and Max Pro M1.
Last month, the ROG Phone II pick its sixth Android 10 beta update, which suggests that the release of the final build is coming.
When the ROG Phone II users were complaining about UI issues, then a ZenTalk forum moderator said that the affected users could also wait for the stable Android 10 update to talk about the issue as it is also on the way.
It is still not confirmed that the update will come in some days or a week. But, the last beta update arrived three weeks ago so, it looks like the stable version is also near.
ZenFone 6 (Asus 6z) OTA fixes Double-tap to wake bug
Android 10 is also adding ZenFone 6, which is also known as Asus 6z in India is also receiving a new software update as version 17.1810.2001.129, and the weight is around 73.71MB.
After the update, now ZenFone 6 users will not deal with the issue of Double-tap to wake, which was occasionally working. The update also fixed some bugs and optimizes system stability.
1. Fixed the issue that Double-tap to wake up might not work occasionally
2. Optimized system stability
Right now, it is not clear that this update also fixes the other ZenFone 6 issues related to Bluetooth connectivity, speaker sound, and VoWiFi calling services in India or not.