No matter what smartphone you own, system software upgrades are always important, as they bring not only security patches but also new features. Unfortunately, these updates are usually very large in size and most of the time they will appear at inappropriate times.

No one likes to start downloading a new update when the battery is almost exhausted or the internet connection is weak. The upcoming Android O will finally offer a solution to this problem. The new revision will allow you to pause the download of large system updates, but only when installing applications.

Android O will inform you when this feature is available for system updates. So far, the option is being tested among a limited number of users participating in the Android O beta but will be available to anyone whose devices will be upgraded to the operating system later this year.

Google has been working towards improving the way system updates work. With Android Nougat, Google had introduced ‘seamless updates’, where updates can be installed without having to stop all other activity. With this Android O Developer Preview 2, Google has brought in another change when it comes to system updates: it has made installations faster as well.

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