Rogers Canada Rolling Out Android Nougat Update For Moto Z Play

Since the release of Android 7.0 “Nougat” which is also known as Android N, users are anxious to get the update on their smartphones. Android Nougat was first beta released on March 09, 2016. Nexus devices which are official Google devices were the first to receive OTA updates of Android N. LG V20 has the credit to be the first smartphone that came preloaded with Android N OS. The official release date of Android 7.0 Nougat was August 22, 2016. Users have all the right to expect updates on their devices. They had already waited for almost 7 months.

There are several smartphones in the market which are preloaded with Android Nougat. Several smartphone manufacturers have already released Android Nougat updates for their devices. This time the news came from Rogers in Canada which has started rolling out Android N updates for its Moto Z Play devices. This information is already available on Rogers official website. Motorola has already started the Android Nougat roll out process in European countries and some other key markets.

Motorola Moto Z Play Rogers Canada Android Nougat Update

Google made several changes to its Android OS which includes split screen, file based encryption, data saver, battery saving, multitasking, improved notifications and some security improvements.

Moto Z Play owners having Rogers Canada devices will get Android Nougat within weeks. The company has started rolling out the update and will reach you soon. If you still have not received the notification about the updates, you can manually check it by following this method.

  1. Make sure you are connected to WiFi Network
  2. Go to settings
  3. About Phone
  4. Software Update
  5. Start Download Process.
  6. Once the update is completed you phone will reboot.

The first step is important, the phone can be updated while staying on network data. But since the size of this update is large and takes time it is recommended to turnoff your data settings and get connected to WiFi for more reliable and faster downloading.