If you’re lucky enough to have the Android 7.1 Nougat update installed on your mobile device, then you may have noticed that the big search engine company has decided to remove the check for new system updates button.
Well, don’t worry, because according to reports, this button will come back once you install the Google Play Services 10 version on your device. In addition, the new Google Play Services version comes with network-wide notifications and control for Google Cast devices. This means that if you have a Google Cast connected (such as Chromecast) that plays something, a notification will pop-up on any Android devices that are connected to the same network with basic playback controls.
The new Google Play Services version is already available on the internet and it can be manually installed on your device.
Google Play Services Version 10: How To Install
The Google Play Services v10 can now be downloaded from third party websites. We suggest you to download the Google Play Services v10 APK (installation) file from a trusted website such as APK Mirror. Once the download is complete, you will have to enable the “Unknown Sources” option on your mobile device.
The “Unknown Sources” option is found on your handset’s Settings->Security and it can be enabled by just checking the box that’s located near it. Once the “Unknown Sources” option is enabled, you will have to go to the location where you’ve saved the Google Play Services v10 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.
HINT: To get to the location where you’ve saved the APK file, you will have to use a file manager application.
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