ASUS ROG Phone II to Get Stable Android 11 Update

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ASUS has begun rolling out the stable Android 11 update to the two-year-old ROG Phone II. It’s worth noting that the update arrives a year after the phone received Android 10. The ROG Phone II was released in 2019 with Android 9 Pie preinstalled. So, the timing of the latest update isn’t too horrible by ASUS’ standards.

Many of Android 11’s new features are included in the upgrade, like the system’s notification bar layout, a built-in screen recorder, increased privacy capabilities, and more. Of course, it comes with a much-needed UI refresh.

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The company has also upgraded the armoury crate hub, game wizard, file management, clock, photo library, and other programmes. Moreover, ASUS also added a unique function that lets you to keep Bluetooth on; even when your phone is in aeroplane mode.

However, the Android 11 update arrives a little late for the ROG Phone II. As Android 12 has already began to roll out to some of the top Android phones, like the ASUS Zenfone 8 series.

Open the Settings app and go to About > System update to see if the update is available for your ROG Phone II. Nevertheless, the changelog is only available in Chinese on ASUS’ website, and there is no mention of it on the company’s English page.

It could take a few weeks for everyone to get the information; If you don’t want to wait that long, you can download the OTA from XDA Developers.

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