Here is a very good news for ZTE ZMax PRO owners as the ZTE has announced that they will release aa new beta testing program for their ZMax Pro owners/users. As this beta program is based on Android Nougat 7.0, they will be able to enjoy all new android nougat features as well as this update itself contains many new features and also many bugs fixes.
Currently, ZMax running Android Marshmallow 6.0 so now this update will come with Android Nougat 7.0 firmware. If you remember, ZTE already released Android 7.0 Nougat last year in 2K16 for Axon 7 to give Android 7.0 experience to Axon 7. Now in this new year, ZTE decided to release a beta testing program for their Zmax pro users.
In order to get the beta program, all the users of Z community have to register for their beta testing program.Those who got chosen for the program, they have to test bugs, several debugging tests, and also have to complete surveys.It’s a comparatively little value to pay tho’ for early access to Android 7.0 also this small contribution will help the community.
ZTE needs the user to be living within the U.S, should sign an NDA, capture logs once asked for, give full bug reports, and complete all assigned tasks on time. Once again, this beta program is simply for the ZMAX professional and if you’re elect, you may get to most likely attempt nougat package.
The beta project for ZMAX PRO expressed through this Z-Community thread -https://community.zteusa.com/thread/14262 – is to help enhance the current software on the device. While we do not have any plans to push Android Nougat to the ZMAX PRO right now, we continue to seek
feedback from consumers on all of our devices so we can enhance the user experience, which is what we are doing here.
If you are interested and want to register for the program then you can fill this FORM
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