Without drivers, hardware you connect to your computer - i.e. Corrupted or outdated drivers often create file errors, communication problems, or hardware malfunction in Windows.Common problems include no sound, printing malfunction, video / screen problems.Google can’t just release a new version of Android that works on all devices—they release the new version, then manufacturers have to go in and tweak it for each of their phones. Most Android handset manufacturers—like Samsung and LG, for example—“skin” their phones to make them stand out in the crowd.And by that, I mean they add/remove/change the interface and apps to make it their own.Android manufacturers often aren’t as interested as they should be in updating devices after they’re released (especially cheaper ones).With the large amount of models being released, there’s little incentive to put a lot of work into updating an older model that’s been replaced by a newer one, especially when they’d rather encourage you to buy the newest model anyway.Recommended: For updating all Cell Phone drivers, use Driver Manager.It has a database of over 26 million drivers and can identify Cell Phone devices and almost any other manufacturer's hardware with very high accuracy.
Fortunately, it's possible to force your phone to clear the tower locations stored in memory and query the nearest towers for a signal update. The power cycling will usually cause the location memory of your phone to reset, and powering on again will force it to query the nearest towers.However, since there are so many Android phones, a lot lose support much earlier.If a manufacturer comes out with six different models every year, is it worth continuing to support all of them…every single year?Some are “flagship” phones, with more advanced hardware than the i Phone.All that said, there is a series of Android phones made to directly mimic (and compete with) the i Phone in terms of release cycle and product support: the Pixel line.