How To Update Software On HTC One M9+

Doing a software or system update on your HTC One M9+ is required to keep the phone secure and functioning smoothly. A software update provides the latest security patches and bug fixes for your HTC smart device. Also, recent HTC One M9+ Software versions run better than previous versions due to optimizations.

On recent HTC devices, the HTC UI based on android10 software runs better than the older UI versions. HTC’s new UI update will come along with the recent Android 10 update.

Let’s learn how to get the HTC One M9+ new update file and install it.

Update Software on HTC One M9+

How To Update Software On HTC One M9+

1. To update your android version to the latest version on your HTC One M9+, unlock your phone and swipe up to access the App launcher.

2. Then find and open the Settings App.

3. Then select the Software Update option. Or Search for Software Update on top of the Settings App Search Bar.

4. Then Click on Check Now for Updates option to check and download the latest HTC software using your mobile or Wifi data on HTC One M9+.

5. If an HTC software update is available on HTC One M9+, you will be prompted to “Download and install” the latest update or schedule it.

6. Now click on the Download and Install button to start the update process. After downloading, your HTC One M9+ device will restart and the update will be completed.

Now your HTC smartphone will be updated to the latest software with recent changes and security patches.

Software and firmware updates on your HTC One M9+ makes your device run smoother without any issues as device makers release updates that fix bugs and issues in the previous version. Also, camera performance might also improve in some android software updates.

HTC One M9+ Frequently Asked Questions:

How do i update my HTC One M9+ software?

If your HTC One M9+ device has a software update, then you can update it using our tutorial. You can go to Settings and Choose the Software Update and check for updates.

How to fix Software update problem on HTC One M9+?

  1. To fix the software update problem try a soft restart of your HTC One M9+.
  2. Then transfer the Update zip file on the android root folder and restart the device to start the update process. Then tap on update notification to start the update.

How to update to Android 11 beta on HTC One M9+?

On your HTC One M9+ device, in order to update to android 11 beta register as a tester or developer on the HTC website, and then once the beta version is out you can download it on your device.

How to update to Android 11 (R) on HTC One M9+?

If Android 11 is made available on your HTC One M9+ you can check the software update section on your Settings app to update to the Android 11 or Android R ( HTC UI 11) version.

Also, let us know in the comments section below if you face any other issues while updating HTC One M9+.

Also, read our other tutorials for HTC One M9+ here on our website.

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2 comments… add one
  • Brett Jul 22, 2021 @ 22:25

    I have an HTC One M-9+, running Android 6.00, Software version, 2.30.401.1 . HTC promised to re lease version 7.0 . They never honored that commitment.
    I bought the phone, two years ago, on the basis that It would work on AT&T’s network. I believe my phone is technically capable, like the HTC One M-9, of running on the new 4g, HD- Voice network upgrade! I see references to Android version updates, as high as beta version 11. HTC’s website, has never offered a single update of any kind, on their website! Is there a way for me to get Android 7.0, or higher, for this phone?

    • Gowtham V Jul 24, 2021 @ 12:23

      If they don’t provide update only option is to use opensource android 10 OS alternatives if your phone supports it.

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