The ZTE Axon 7 (A2017U) is receiving a major update today after the Nougat release which rolled out for the device past month. The update brings a couple of new features and fixes several issues that came with the initial Nougat release for the device.
The latest update for ZTE Axon 7 comes with firmware build B25, and will begin rolling out in the next 24 hours. Below is the full official changelog for the update:
- Enables “Night Mode” setting
- Supports 256GB microSD cards
- Allows users to disable some stock apps
- Optimizes the “Do Not Disturb” function
- Fixes various Wi-Fi Calling issues
- Improves device stability and security
- Miscellaneous performance improvements and other fixes
The update brings the much awaited Night Mode feature to the Axon 7, and also adds support for 256GB microSD cards. The official release note mentions improved stability and security for the device, which probably means the April security patch is in tow as well.
ZTE has specifically focused this update based on the user feedback from the initial launch of Nougat for ZTE Axon 7. Hence, hopefully, this resolves all of the issues Axon 7 users have been facing since installing the Android 7.0 update onto their devices.