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Essential Phone getting November security patch with fingerprint gesture fix

08 November 2017 2

The Andy Rubin's first smartphone PH-1 is out for quite some time. Initially the device was announced for $699 but later on, low-sales forced the company to reduce the price up to $499. At this price tag, the device is the pretty good option with better value for your money. The device was initially reported to have some software issues related to the camera. The company rolled out the update to fix this problem.

Today the company confirms another roll out for the Essential Phone with a build number NMJ32F. It weighs 57MB, the new update brings the latest November security patch alongside a fix for the bugs related to fingerprint scanner gestures. Like always not all devices will get the update on one day but instead, it will take few days to reach out to everyone. The OTA update notification will pop up pretty soon on your Essential Phone. In case if you don't receive it in next few days, you can checkout manually as well by going into settings menu by going into settings menu >> About Phone >> System Update.

If you already received the update, feel free to share your experience in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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