Are you tired of your device and you want to upgrade it? Yeah, it’s so simple you can get it done at your fingertips by following the tutorial am about to drop below. Lets start. Firstly switch on your mobile network (internet connection) or better still on your Wi-Fi if you are in area with wifi coverage.
1) To do this, use your finger to swipe down from the top of your Android’s screen and look for the Wi-Fi icon; if it has a slash through it, tap it to enable Wi-Fi.
2) Now Open your Android’s Settings – It’s a light-purple app with a white gear on it that’s in the App Drawer.
Scroll down and tap on About device. This option is near the bottom of the page(on most of the devices it is the last option on that page) Click on the about phone option.
3) Depending on your Android type, this button may instead say “System Update” or something similar.
4) Click on Check for updates. You’ll see this option at the top of the screen.
On some Android devices, tapping Software update may prompt your Android to search for an update.
Tap the Update option if prompted. If there is an update available for your Android device, you’ll have the option of tapping
Update or Install.
If you don’t see an Update button, your Android device is up-to-date.
Tap Install or Update when prompted. This option will appear in a pop-up window. Doing so will begin installing the Android’s operating system update.
This process will likely take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour.
Hope this is helpful? Kindly use the comment box below to drop your review.