Unfortunately, getting answers to these questions is much harder than it should be.
Unlike major operating system updates, there isn’t a lot of information or messaging about what carrier settings updates do, where they come from or how they impact your device.
Other handsets which are scheduled to be updated in the next 24 hours include the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Moto G4 Plus, and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Apparently, the issue which will be addressed by the software update is specifically related to the Rogers network.
Prices to other countries will remain at per day.
Rogers subscribers who own these handsets in Canada are currently on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow so it goes without saying that they will be excited about this new major firmware update.The Black Berry KEYone is launching in Canada on May 31, and Rogers is now taking pre-orders of the device.You'll be able to pick up Black Berry's latest phone for 9.99 CAD outright, or for zero down on a two-year Premium Tab plan. When Huawei announced the P10 and P10 Plus at Mobile World Congress this week, we assumed, like many other members of the tech press in Barcelona, that the launch would be focused on Europe. But now we know that in addition to Europe and the UK, Huawei plans to bring its new flagships to... After launching with Sprint last month, Google has announced that plans to bring RCS — Rich Communications Services — to Rogers customers starting today, December 13.This news comes after a Community Specialist from Rogers posted an OS Upgrade Schedule on the Rogers Community Forums.While multiple Android devices on Rogers will be receiving security updates today, the Black Berry KEYone is the only smartphone in the list which will seemingly only be receiving bug fixes instead of a new security patch.