Update Android on Lenovo A7000

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Steps

  1. 1
    To begin, we need to access the "Settings" panel.
    The Settings icon is gear-shaped. It should be found on the home screen of the phone.
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    If we can't find the Settings icon, we swipe the screen down from the top of the phone.
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    Then, we swipe the screen down from the top again.
    The notification panel will be fully shown.
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  4. 4
    We tap the gear-shaped icon.
    We will be taken to the "Settings" panel.
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    From the "Settings" panel, we scroll all the way to the very bottom.
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    We tap on "About phone" at the very bottom.
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    We tap the "System update" option.
    We will see that we have a system update available. When we update our system, we may want to back up our data or create an image or back-up of our phone, contacts, or anything that is important if we choose not to back up everything. Otherwise, we may end up losing everything, because sometimes, downloads and updates do not go the way they should. We have to be very careful.
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    When we are prepared, we tap on "Download".
    We will see that download will have been started. In this video, we are at 2%. The bar will continue moving throughout the update. When the download is finished, we'll have the option to update the phone.
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    Once the download process has been completed, we'll be given the options that we can tap.
    These are "Update now", "Update in 30 minutes", "Update in 6 hours", "Update in 3 days", or "Never ask". It is not recommended to tap "Never ask", as the phone will always automatically update itself; and there may be instances or times when we need to use our phone and download the update before the phone is updated. These options are a good feature. For example, we may want to download the update at the moment before we leave for work, or we can tell the phone to update itself in 30 minutes, when we are on the way to work while driving and not using the phone. In this case, we leave "Update now" selected.
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    We tap on "OK" at the bottom of the phone.
    Once we've tapped on "OK", we'll see that the phone will restart and apply the update as it restarts. There is a progress indicator showing how long or how far the phone is going into the update process. Bigger updates take much more time than smaller updates. When the update is completed, the device will be restarted. Sometimes after updating, it may take longer than normal for our phone to restart. This is perfectly normal and nothing with which to be concerned. We just have to be patient while the phone is restarting. Once the phone restarts, we will notice the upgrade indicator. It means that the phone has been updated and has begun the process of optimizing applications. This can be a quick process, or it can take some time. It depends on how much information is on our phone and on what is actually happening with the phone. We have to be patient. When the optimization has been finished, the phone will not restart. It will have a newly updated Android operating system. Once the upgrade process finishes, we'll see that applications will be started up. The boot sequence will be completed. Once the boot sequence has been completed, we'll be taken to the lock screen.
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    We swipe the screen up.
    This will unlock the phone.
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    If we have a pattern, we draw it.
    Once we've drawn our pattern, we'll be taken into our newly updated phone.
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This concludes our tutorial on how to update your Lenovo A7000-series smartphone. If you have additional questions, comments, or suggestions, please do let us know in the section below. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!

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Questions and Answers

Update my Lenovo A7000 and the last part there are choices reboot, then I reboot almost 1hour and did not working?

Update Lenovo A7000 and I reboot in the last part until now did not working

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After updating my Lenovo A7000 one message came on screen?

The massage; unfortunately, the process com.Android.phone has stopped. try to solve. . press OK or try to solve this message again came. What can I do to remove this message .. I have tried: I tried to press OK and tried to solve again and again. I think it was caused by: I think my phone is not properly updated.

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What happened to the latest update, why can't I open my SD card?

Can you help me with that problem on new update of Lenovo a7000. I have tried: I tried to open all my files on SD card, I can't see all. I think it was caused by: I have no idea with the latest update on Lenovo a7000

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The Marshmallow update applies different logic to the microSD cards, which will make the erasure of data on the microSD card inevitable. Prior to updating your phone, you should back up your microSD data. The update always shows that warning before letting the user proceed with the update.

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