May 23, 2017 03:51 AM EDT
T-Mobile has released a new software update for the ZTE ZMax Pro. The new update released on May 15 will now patch an issue with VoLTE E911 timer. The company also released the same update for the LG G4 smartphone also suffering from the same problem.
The latest software update for the ZTE ZMax Pro smartphone is 44.73 MB in size that also includes security patches and bug fixes for the month of March as reported by GSMArena. Users can verify whether the device is running on the latest patch by noting the following build number TMO_Z981V1.0.0B13 that confirms the latest build.
T-Mobile has also explained the update process for those users unaware of it. As a precautionary measure, a decent battery life or more than 40 percent or more is recommended for the device to download and install the same. The ZTE ZMax Pro and all other smartphones can be checked for any recent updates by navigating to settings icon and then heading over to information about the smartphone (About phone).
Once the update procedure has completed, the device will then boot up to complete the process. The ZTE ZMax Pro is a full Cat4 LTE Compatible smartphone with cellular speeds up to 150mbps. Released last year, the device comes with a 6-inch IPS Capacitive touchscreen and a resolution of 1080p. A Snapdragon 617 Processor along with Adreno 405 graphics onboard takes care of the user operations on the device.
The ZTE ZMax Pro runs the previous generation Android Marshmallow OS v6.0. Memory capacities of the device include 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The company has also offered expandability with the help of a microSD card up to a maximum limit of 256GB. The smartphone is also equipped with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that can be used to unlock the device or help in passwordless transactions.
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