The Check for update button on Pixel and Nexus gadgets has lately turned into an excess component, which winds up irritating clients who love to squeeze it regardless of realizing that it doesn’t generally work. All that is set to change, for good, in 2018 when Google issues a update that puts the catch to great utilize.
Back in September, Googler Elliott Hughes had posted on Google+ that the Check for refresh catch had begun working with refreshes getting appeared on the cell phone once the catch got clicked. Be that as it may, sadly, a Google Play Services refresh soon broke the element once more. Hughes is back with a report on the bug and it appears to be 2018 is when clients will at long last get the chance to put the catch to use, as it has been settled inside.
In spite of a fix for the component, Hughes composes that non-Googlers might have the capacity to utilize it by one year from now when inner testing gets finished. Hughes notes that as long as your gadget is running most recent Google Play administrations, there won’t be any necessity to sideload any fresher OTA or processing plant picture. This technique likewise goes past the consistent rollout plan of Google, so regardless of whether there is 1 percent rollout done and 1 percent clients have the refresh, tapping on Check for refresh will make that refresh accessible for your gadget.
He additionally says in the post that this refresh to the Check for refresh catch isn’t simply restricted to Pixel or Nexus gadgets, and rather applies to others that utilization Google’s OTA framework. As indicated by the Googler, this component isn’t restrictive to Android Oreo. “The AOSP Settings app basically sends out an intent when you go into the system update section, and if you’re using Google’s OTA system, Google Play Services steps up and shows its UI,” said Elliott Hughes in the Google+ post.