Infinix Mobility has finally rolled out the Android Oreo update to all Infinix Note 4 and Note 4 Pro just as promised. The update was announced a week ago. According to the information, the Infinix Note 4, Note 4 Pro and the Zero 5 has gotten the Android 8.0 (Oreo) update. However, Infinix Note 4 could not wait for the date to come before the rollout.
Many users have gone on to install the new update on their Infinix Note 4. Most of the reviews and feedback have been positive except a bug which occurs at first installation. It is most likely, however, that Infinix will soon roll out a new update to fix this issue.
How to Upgrade Infinix Note 4 and Note 4 pro to Android Oreo
Before you proceed to install the update on your device, there are a few things you need to put in place.
- Make sure your device is not rooted else it will end up getting bricked.
- Make sure to backup all data on your phone just in case there is a need for you to downgrade the update in case the new one does not work or bugs too.
- You need 2 GB of free space on your device to download the update.
NOTE: The update is 1.8GB in size and gives users a more optimized camera and wallpaper display, better battery life, and home screen layout. New features include a new message notifications board, eye protection mode, updated one-hand mode, and picture-in-picture, to name a few.
How to install the Infinix Note 4 Android 8.0 OTA update
Step #1. Open the Settings app on your device.
Step #2. Next tap on About and then tap on System.
Step #3. Tap on Update and then search for an update.
Step #4. If there is an available update, tap on Download and install.
Step #5. Once your device is done downloading the update, boot it into recovery mode and then install.
Step #6. Wait for your phone to boot into recovery mode and install the update. Make sure not to interrupt the installation process.
Once your phone is done with the update, your device will reboot, and when you turn your device on, it will be running the Android 8.1 (Oreo) version with the latest version of XOS.
If you have successfully updated your device to Android 8.1 (Oreo), make sure to leave a comment and share your feedback with us. Also, let us know of any bugs you experience with the new update.
Don’t forget to check out our review on the Note 4.