Updating Your Android Software

The Android™ Operating System is fast, intuitive, and has a familiar feel with the integration of popular Google™ services. To get more out of your Android experience we recommend that you always upgrade to the latest available software for your device.

Select your phone brand to learn how to keep it up-to-date:

Google

Requirements:
Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade

From the Settings menu, select “Advanced.” Then select “System Update.” If an update is available, follow on-screen prompts to install.

Samsung

Requirements:
Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade

You have two upgrade options:

  • Method 1: From the Settings menu, select “Software Updates” Then select “Download and Install.” If an update is available, follow on screen prompts
  • Method 2: Download Samsung Kies on your computer. Connect your device to the computer using a USB cable and open Kies.

LG

Requirements:
Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade

From settings menu, select “Update Center” then select “Software Update” then select “ If an update is available, follow on screen prompts

Motorola

Requirements:
Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade

From settings menu, select “System” then select “System Updates”. If an update is available, follow on screen prompts

Nuu Mobile

Requirements:
Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade

From settings menu, select “System” then select “System Update” then select “Check for Update”. If an update is available, follow on screen prompts

Why You Should Upgrade

The latest Android update, Android 10, has lots of features you won’t want to miss out on.

Other Upgrade Links