After a difficult beginning, the Android Nougat update for European owners of the HTC 10 is being made available once again. The firmware was initially released back in November 2015, but since HTC has paused the roll-out programme on two separate occasions.
The news is a positive development for most owners of the HTC 10 in Europe, although there are some caveats.
HTC is proceeding cautiously, so the firmware is not being made available via the update option in the Android settings menu. Instead, anyone wanting to update their phone will have to connect it to a computer.
And it appears that not all problems have been resolved, as HTC are advising customers in the Netherlands not to upgrade at the present time.
When asked about the issue by one Dutch customer on Twitter, Graham Wheeler, Product and Service Director for the EMEA region, replied that the company is “investigating an issue”.