How to update Google Nexus 7
Updating Android on Google Nexus 7 is a crucial task if you want your laptop to run at full power. In fact, updates can add many features that will make using your Google Nexus 7 more enjoyable. However, it is not always easy to update Google Nexus 7 assuming you don’t know how to do it. That is why we will discover in this guide why it is profitable to make updates. Later we will see how an update for Google Nexus 7 is available. We will also see how to update Google Nexus 7 and what to do just before the launch. Finally, we’ll cover the alternatives that exist when you don’t see an available update.
Why update Android on Google Nexus 7
Android updates will bring a ton of things to your Google Nexus 7. One of the biggest reasons to update your laptop is for security. In fact, as with all operating systems, there are security flaws in Android. MAJ therefore above all allow to eliminate these security flaws and thus improve the security of your Google Nexus 7. A second reason that makes updates essential is the addition of features. In fact, each update brings new features. This could be additional apps or the ability to adjust certain settings. In addition, some improvements can also save Google Nexus 7 battery life and thus extend the life of the device. Therefore, it is imperative to update the Google Nexus 7, either for security or for additional features.
Technique to know if there is any update available on your Google Nexus 7
Before you start the Google Nexus 7 update, you will first need to check if there is an update for your device. To see this, you’ll need to go to the Google Nexus 7 settings menu. Then scroll down to About the device. Once done, click Software update et check for an update. If there is ever an update available, your Google Nexus 7 will offer to download and install it. If you never see anything, you should see a message like this: no updates available either your phone is already updated.
How to update my Google Nexus 7
Updating Google Nexus 7 is extremely easy. However, it may be worth taking several precautions before starting the update, simply because the update sometimes causes problems. Here are 3 things we recommend you do right before you start:
- Backup your data: In case you don’t know how to do it, read our article to backup your Google Nexus 7.
- Battery charging: The procedure can sometimes take some time, so we recommend that you have at least 75% battery.
- Save your settings – You can take a screenshot of your settings. Here’s how to take a screenshot on Google Nexus 7
As soon as you’ve done the right thing, we can move on to the update. To start the update, you need to go to Settings > About device > Software update. All you have to do is select launch the update to start the process. The process will take several minutes and the smartphone will reboot several times. As soon as it is finished, the smartphone turns on again and that’s it, your Google Nexus 7 is updated.
What to do when no update is available for my Google Nexus 7
When there is no update available for Google Nexus 7 but you still want to update it, please note that this is possible. However, the process is even more complicated. You will need to root your Google Nexus 7 and install what is called a custom ROM. If that doesn’t scare you, you should follow our tutorial to root a Google Nexus 7. With this solution, you should have a lot more options about which update you want to install.