After Xiaomi, Asus Releases Firmware Update For Zenfone 2, Promises To Fix Stagefright Bug

After Xiaomi, Asus Releases Firmware Update For Zenfone 2, Promises To Fix Stagefright Bug
ASUS Zenfone 2 Kārlis Dambrāns / Flickr CC BY 2.0
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Stagefright has proven to be one of the biggest risks to Android devices every smartphone manufacturer is trying to fix. Hence, the firmware updates.


Last week, we reported Xiaomi’s firmware update, and this week it’s Asus. The electronic giant has released an update for Zenfone 2 with fixing Stagefright bug the most important part of it.

More about the update

The update comes with Mobile Manager App that allows you to monitor your data usage. Now no more exploiting your data! The feature also improves the device’s performance.

Also Read: Android Security Flaw: Motorola Announces Plans To Fix Stagefright Bug

The update which is now available for downloading also fixes camera sphere panaroma issue, improves auto start manager stability, launcher app stability, system UI and lock screen stability, and do not disturb mode function stability.

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Alarm function and Wi-Fi Info sync-up issue are some of the fixes.

Other issues that have been fixed

Auto Enable MTP Issue

4G internet issue

Kingston 32G SD

Charging Issue

Unable to transfer files through NFC Issue

ID operator unable to get H+ issue

Disappearing Internet Icon Issue

Unable to Use Kingston 32G SD

Vibrate Function Issue

Wi-Fi Hotspot Mac Address Issue

These are the key improvements you will notice in the latest firmware update of Asus. There is a long list that follows these updates. Not to forget, Stagefright bug been the most important of all.

So, if you are a Asus Zenfone 2 owner, all you need to do is go to Settings, check for the update and download it. And you have an all-new, improved and more secure Zenfone 2.

Also Read: Android: New Bug Discovered, Can Turn Your Device Into A Non-Functioning ‘Brick’