The Taiwanese company on Thursday announced the beta testing of this Android 9 Pie update for the phone is now open. The business is now accepting applications to check the ZenFone Max Pro M1 beta to its site along with the users that are aware of what they’re doing and have prior experience dealing with the pre-release software, will submit their orders to become a part of the beta programme.
The secure version of the Android 9 Pie for the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 will be released after the company determines that there are not any any bugs or other problems in the upgrade package. The beta programme is meant to assist the business in weeding out any possible bugs and issues.
“This program provides you access to ancient updates for testing and feedback so that the official Android Pie upgrade is served as yummy and stable as you’d enjoy it,” Asus noted in an announcement on its website.
The ZenFone Max Pro M1 owners, who wish to participate in the Asus beta programme, can head over to the company’s website to register their interest. The business states the curious users ought to be inclined to talk about their mobile’s IMEI information, serial number, and present firmware details to be eligible for participation in the Beta Power User Program.
“Please remember that this is beta software programme, the beta program updates are sometimes not as stable as our official Software Updates. By installing this update, you accept the potential dangers,” Asus states.
To recall, Asus had launched the ZenFone Max Pro M1 in April last season with Android 8.1 Oreo. The phone had been supposed to get the Android 9 Pie upgrade by the end of February 2019, but it sounds Asus is running somewhat late. It is still unconfirmed when the final Android Pie update will reach the ZenFone Max Pro M1, but if all goes smoothly with all the beta testing, then it shouldn’t take too long.
Meanwhile, Asus has supported the titles of its smartphones which will be getting the Android 9 Pie update. Some of the favorite names in the list comprise Asus ROG mobile, ZenFone Max Pro M2, ZenFone 5, ZenFone 5Z, and ZenFone 5Q.