Download/Install Android 7.0 Nougat Official Update On Infinix Hot 4: Owning an Infinix Hot 4 X-557? congratulations! Infinix has rolled out Android 7.0 Nougat firmware recently. Infinix hot 4 was running Android 6 and needed an upgrade so Infinix has made this happen.It was launched in August 2016 with 2GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory, 1.3 GHz Quad core Cortex A-7 processor and has fingerprint sensor too.
Its hardware handles the firmware update only because of its features that are shown above. It is a budget-friendly phone but is not worth buying in 2018, however, if you own one, you are about to get Android 7.0 after reading this post.
Highlights of this update include all the new features of Android 7.0 Nougat including Google‘s AI-Google Assistant, Quicker Multi-Tasking, Cancel button for app downloads, More speed, and many new features.
This is an OTA update and must have reached your device, to check
Settings>Software Update>Check for Updates
If it is not there or Infinix hasn’t released the Update for your region, just follow the post.
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Pre-Requisite: To install the update, you need to Download SP Flash Tool from here.
NOTE: [email protected] is not responsible for any damage caused to your device, Also do not ever install this Update on any other device except Infinix Hot 4 X-557.
Steps To Install Android 7.0 Nougat Official Update On Infinix Hot 4
- Download the firmware from here.
- Install SP Flash tool on PC/Laptop.
- Open SP Flash tool and run Flashtools.exe.
- Go to download tab and click Load Scatter File, Click OK.
- Check all the above steps(1-4) to avoid any mistake, then click Download.
- Switch off the Infinix hot 4 and connect using OTG cable, then a green circle got to appear.
- Boot it up! It might take several minutes (4-5).
By now, You all must have got the latest Android 7.0 on your Infinix hot 4 X-556.
If there is any Query/Problem, Let us know in the comments section below.
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