Asus Zenfone 6 gets Android 11 stable update

Asus Zenfone 6 Gets Android 11 Stable Update – After three months of releasing the first beta version of Android 11, Asus finally started releasing a stable update for Asus Zenfone 6. This update brings a custom ZenUI based on Android 11.

According to the publication released by the team XDADevelopersAndroid 11 stable update for Asus Zenfone 6 has firmware version 18.0610.2011.107. In addition to bringing a number of OS improvements from the previous version, this update also includes several small changes such as the demise of the Avast Scan Engine, a new UI design in ZenUI, improved gesture control features, and more.

You can also view the contents of the entire changelog in the list below:

  • System update for Android 11.
  • Back up your data before upgrading. Works when you want to go back to using Android 10 (phone data will be deleted)
  • Some third-party software is not yet compatible with Android 11.
  • Loss of the private listening feature, ZenUI Assist with one-handed mode.
  • The power man function is integrated in the battery settings.
  • Loss of smart sorting options in desktop settings, icon alignment, icon sets and more. Tap the screen space to spread the app icon.
  • Import the new ZenUI interface design.
  • Customize the quick settings panel interface and media control support. Removed multi-window portal and added proximity sharing option (added manually).
  • Automatic Wi-Fi download and installation settings for system updates are enabled by default.
  • Third-party desktop support using full-screen gestures.
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Previously, Asus was known to start recruiting for the beta test of Android 11 on the Zenfone 6 even before Google made an official announcement. However, the first beta released by Asus was only available a week later, after Google released the first stable update of Android 11.

For now, this update is only available for the Taiwan region. On the ZenTalk community page, several users reported receiving this update. So far, no bugs have been found. If all goes well, the update may be available for other regions in the near future.

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