ASUS has recently began rolling out an update to stabilize ZenFone 2 following issues reported by users. This stability update aims to fix bugs as well as enable Android for Work support. The purpose of the Android for Work feature is to allow users to perform their work-related tasks on their smartphone while still keeping their personal and work content separate. The update will take up around 73.66MB on the ZenFone 2 device, and will upgrade its software to 22.214.171.124 version number.
Some of the bugs fixed include: video sound, microSD card issue, google play stop service, no YouTube volume control when using miracast, failing to share Photo Collage photo via email failure, SmartBox not read the phone, display of wrong operator name during network searching and roaming, the call hang-ups bug in Russia, for ZE551ML model fixed the PosteMobile NFC issue, added Android for Work, enhanced stability for ASUS ZenUI Launcher and Cell Broadcast, updated a number of Apps, and improved Email App power consumption.
If you own a ZenFone 2, you can check for the update availability in your phone's Settings. The phone is among the ASUS handsets set to receive the Android Marshmallow OS update, with the likes of ZenFone 2 Deluxe, PadFone S, ZenFone Selfie, and the ZenFone 2 Laser. ASUS has however not disclosed the exact roll out date for the update.