Unlocked HTC 10 Gets Firmware And Android June Security Update

HTC 10
HTC 10

Today, HTC has released a new update to HTC 10 for North America, which brings June Android Security patch along with bug fixes and performance improvements. The update is around 304MB and brings the software version to 1.80.617.1.

Here is the official change log for HTC 10

  • Android Security Patches (June 1, 2016)
  • Bug Fixes
  • System Stability Improvements

We do not have much information for the firmware update. If you own HTC 10, do not get surprised when the update shows on your screen. Also, note that the update will be released in batches, meaning not everyone will get it on the first day.

Since downloading software via a mobile network may result in additional charges, it is better for you to use a Wi-Fi connection when downloading software updates. You have to remember that firmware updates require at least 1GB of free space in your phone and also make sure that your battery is fully charged or at least 70%, so that your phone will not turn off while downloading or updating software. You can read how to update your Android device via OTA by visiting here.

Additionally, HTC updated its camera app for the M10 over the weekend. This update improves RAW capturing and makes switching between the front and rear camera more efficient. Far from an overhaul, this update also provided a variety of bug fixes and minor improvements.

Here is the official change log for HTC M10

  • Improvements to RAW capture experience.
  • Improved main/front camera switching.
  • Performance improvements and bug fixes.

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3 Responses

  1. hinch says:

    ompanies start doing regular patches for their flagship mobiles... good to hear...

  2. John Quincy Adams says:

    Stop calling it the M10....it is simply named the HTC 10