Today HMD Global started rolling the new security patch for February 2020 month for Nokia 6.1 Plus. The update is rolling via OTA (over the air) and will soon reach every user with Android 10 Q and brings nothing new except a security patch and bug fixes. If you haven’t received this update, then make sure to check for the OTA update manually.
As we know, the OTA update carries in a phase-wise manner; it may take a week or a month to complete the rollout process for every user base. If you haven’t received the update, then either you can check for the update manually or install the firmware manually. To install the firmware manually, you need to download the firmware with the same build number on your device.
Apart from the Android Security patch level, HMD Global has fixed some bugs and improved the user experience. The latest OTA update weighs approximately 110 MB in size; it may vary based on whether or not you installed the last iteration.
How to Check Software Update Manually?
This update will knock into your devices in a phase-wise manner. Your phone will automatically catch the OTA as you will get a notification to install it. If you cannot wait for the OTA to show up then you can manually check for the OTA update. Just follow the steps below. To capture the OTA manually, Go to phone Settings –> System menu –> System Update —> Tap on the Check for Update option. If the update is available to download and install it.
You may connect to a Wi-Fi network to download the Nokia 6.1 Plus February 2020 security patch. With Wi-Fi, you can save your carrier’s data charges. Also, make sure to have 70% or more battery charge on your phone. A low battery will not let you install the update.