The update to Android 7.0 Nougat for the HTC 10 resumes, although we will still have to wait a few hours or days for official announcement. In Europe the update had a break. Both HTC and Sony as well as Samsung at the time stopped the update to Android Nougat due to technical problems.
The deployment of the update took place a few weeks ago, but has suffered a series of delays and even on February 5 we do not have the latest android update in our terminal. At the same time the HTC 10 Lifestyle and HTC One M9 updates were released, but these were not paused.
USA and UK have Android Nougat in thier HTC 10 since November. It cannot be that in a terminal with only five months of age take so long to update. United Kingdom have Android 7.0 Nougat in HTC 10 since November 10, while it is still not updated in rest of Europe, and we are not surprised if it is delayed longer.
But rest assured, as the update can be forced through a guide that one of the directors of HTC has uploaded to Twitter. Follow a few simple and fast steps and we’ll have Android 7.0 Nougat in our device, but of course it will erase all the data of our terminal, so you have to take this into account.
Let’s hope they do not delay much longer, because even though you can force the update, it is a process recommended only for experts. Anyone could do it if they followed the steps, but we do not recommend it, because if we do it wrong we can brick our device. Users who are unfamiliar with flashing should not start testing.