ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Firmware Update [WW-15.00.1902.98]

ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Firmware

The ASUS ZenFone Max M1 smartphone finally received a firmware update to Android 8.0 OreoInfinix updated to Android 8.0 Oreo most compatible smartphones.

The update will bring changes to the interface, new application icons, sounds, and notifications. In addition, the ASUS ZenFone Max M1 firmware contains new Android security patches.

In the changelog, among other things, there are a number of optimizations and improvements that should increase the speed, stability, and smoothness of the system.

As usual, you can manually check for updates by going to the settings, selecting “About phone” and then “system update”.

ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Oreo Features You Should Know About

Picture-in-Picture:

  • You can then open any other app—catch up on email or even play games while watching the video. Tap on the floating window to get control options. Hit the X button to remove the floating window.

Password Autofill:

  • Google automatically fill in login details for apps you’re using. In fact, as this is a framework, you aren’t limited to Google’s Autofill feature. You can use something like 1Password, LastPass or Dashlane

Notification Channels:

  • you can switch the importance to Low, Medium, High or Urgent. As the titles suggest, an Urgent notification will make a sound and pop up on the screen. On the other end, a Low notification won’t appear in the notification bar at all.

Notification Dots:

  • You can tap and hold on the app icon to see a new popup, which will show all the notifications for the specific app. Unlike iOS, Android doesn’t show the number of unread messages in the dot.

New Emoji Styling:

  • Android Oreo’s emojis have the same round shape as Apple’s emojis but that’s where the comparison stops. Oreo’s emojis are unnecessarily detailed. For goodness sake, they have gradients!

Smart Text Selection:

  • Now, when you’re selecting the text, Android will try to help you automatically select an important element (like an address or a phone number) and then provide handy shortcuts in the popup menu itself. For instance, if you’ve selected some text that looks like an address, you’ll get a shortcut to directly open it in Google Maps.

Auto-Enable Wi-Fi:

  • Turn this feature on from Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi > Wi-Fi Preferences.

Hopefully, after knowing these Infinix Smart 3 Plus Android 8.0 Oreo features you have decided to update Android 8.1. So let’s not wait for you too much.

But keep it in mind before updating. The data in your phone may be affected by this update. So this solution is also available to us. Follow the instructions below to save your phone data.

Pre-requirements to Update ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Firmware [Android 8.0 Oreo]

Before going to install stock ROM you need to take all your messages, photos, and apps from your current smartphone. This requires a backup that you then restore on your device after flashing or updating the firmware.

Most smartphones automatically make a backup in the background, in case something happens. But to make sure you take everything to your new device, you need a full backup.

How To Backup Android Phone Before Update

Globex GU7012 Stock ROM Details:

Gapps File: Included
Device Supported: ASUS ZenFone Max M1 ZB555KL | ZB556KL
Tool Supported: Asus Flash Tool, ADB Sideload, Ota
Ver: WW-15.00.1902.98
Os: Android 8.0 Oreo
Download: UL-ASUS_X00P-WW-15.00.1902.98-user.zip

Disclaimer:

  • Please Read and understand the Full Guide Before Flashing ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Firmware.
  • Use these instructions at your own risk. We will not be responsible for everything that happens to you or your device, resulting from the use of information in this guide.
  • Before flashing, Stock ROM ASUS ZenFone Max M1 must have a 70–80% charge.

Read Also: Asus Zenfone 4 Firmware [Android 9.0 WW-16.0620.1905.10]


Method 1: Upgrade ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock Firmware via Recovery

1. Download the ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock Firmware file from the download link given above and move it to your device storage.

2. Now, enter the device into the recovery mode.

3. Switch off your phone > Hold and Long press Power button + Volume Up and your device will boot into recovery mode.

4. Now, in the recovery menu, select the option Apply update from sd card.

5. Choose ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock Firmware update.zip OTA firmware (WW-15.0410.1904.104) file which you’ve downloaded and moved earlier.

6. Wait for some time to complete the installation process.

7. Finally, reboot your phone to complete the process.

You’re done.

Method 2: Upgrade ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock Firmware Using ADB Sideload

1. First of all enable the Developer Option, To Enable the Developer Option, Go to your Settings -> About Phone -> Software Information -> Now Tap on the Build Number 7-8 Times until you see a toast message “Developer option enabled

2. Go back to settings -> Now you need to enable the USB Debugging by going to Settings -> Developer Option and Enable USB Debugging.

3. After enabling USB Debugging, In your PC Download and Extract the Downloaded ADB fast boot Zip file.

4. Now connect your phone to Computer using USB Cable.

5. When you connect your Phone to Computer, please wait until all the drivers get installed.

6. In your ADB fastboot folder, open a command prompt window by pressing Shift Key + Right Mouse Click

7. Now type the command in your command window

adb devices

8. If you see a pop up to allow USB Debugging on your phone, Click OK

9. Now type the command below to reboot your phone to recovery mode.

10. In your recovery mode, open the ADB Sideload option,

In TWRP,  Advanced –> ADB Sideload

CWM,  Install –> Install Zip from Sideload

11. In your computer, move the ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock Firmware.zip file that you want to sideload to your phone to the ADB Fastboot folder.

12. Now execute the below command in CMD screen.

adb sideload Filename.zip

Wait until Installation process Completes.

Once the Installation completed. Reboot the Phone.

Method 3: Upgrade ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock ROM via Asus Flash Tool

1. The very first thing which you need to do is to download the Asus flash tool 32/64 bit.

click here to download the Asus flash tool free.

2. And then install the Asus flash tool by following the wizard of the application.

ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock ROM

3. Once the application gets installed on your Windows/Linux computer. Then launch/open the application.

4. Now you need to download the ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock ROM or ASUS ZenFone Max M1 raw firmware and then extract the file to your Windows/Linux PC.

5. Next, you need to boot your ASUS ZenFone Max M1 into the recovery/bootloader mode.

[Just press Power off the + press & hold power down + press and hold power up.

6. If your device does not get into the recovery mode. It means your device has the other methods to get into the recovery method. Just make a google search for “how to boot into the recovery mode {your device name}.

7. Once your device gets into the recovery mode. Then connect your device to your computer via USB cable.

Note: Asus flash tool will automatically install the necessary driver.

8. If your device is connected to your PC then you may see a blue state signal and a serial number. see below image.

ASUS ZenFone Max M1 flash tool

9. Now you need to select ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Stock ROM and also select your device’s model.

ASUS ZenFone Max M1 flash file

10. Once you select your device model and firmware You have to click on “start” (Located inside the Settings option, left-hand side upper corner).

11. Now the flashing will automatically start to your device. You need to wait until the flashing gets completed.

12. Once the flashing gets completed you can see “Flash Image successfully” on the screen (at Asus flash tool).

That’s it. Your Asus device will automatically reboot. Now unplug the USB cable from the computer and enjoy.

Thanks. I hope that the above step by step guide helped you to flash your device using Asus flash tool. You can comment below if you are unable to flash your Asus device.

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