Asus has announced that they are pushing the Android 9 Pie beta update for Zenfone Max Pro M1. The Taiwanese company has always focused on providing timely updates for the users. Although pushing the update was delayed a bit, the Android 9 Pie beta update is now open for the testers. The smartphone users who like experimenting with the phone and know what they are doing can submit their requests to be a part of this beta program on the company’s website.
The stable version of this software will be released into the market after the company ensures that there are no more bugs or any other important issues with the update. This beta program is crafted in order to remove any kind of issues or bugs present in the software.
Asus has given a statement that this program will provide early access to the updates for testing so that they can give the feedback which makes the official Android Pie more stable and delicious.
The Zenfone Max Pro 1 owners can just head over to the company’s website to register themselves for the project. The one thing that they have to remember is this is just a beta version, and you may encounter some bugs in the update. The interested users should share their IMEI number, current firmware, serial number in order to be eligible for the project.
Asus warns the users who are interested in this program that this is just a beta software update and there may be some bugs. The users are agreeing for the potential risks with this update.
Zenfone Max Pro 1 was released in March 2018 with Android Oreo out of the box and company planned to release the Android 9 update by the end of February. However, it delayed, and now the beta update is here.