Samsung was forced to temporarily suspend the update to Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S7 just a few days…
Samsung was forced to temporarily suspend the update to Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S7 just a few days ago, due to spontaneous reboots that a limited number of users seemed to be suffering on their devices. While the update had not yet been deployed worldwide, it seems that the company has already completed the error resolution process, and the update is again available for the two models that make up the Galaxy S7 family.
As they point out, some users from Europe and Canada discovered a couple of days ago that their devices were suffering restarts after having installed the update to Android Oreo . Confirmation of the problem came from one of the official help forums, where an employee of the company claimed that the brand was aware of the error, and was working on suspending the deployment and developing a new version free of failure.
Now, all those who own a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge, will begin to receive the new version of the system based on ** Android 8.0 Oreo, with version 9 of Samsung Experience ** and. The numbering of the new firmware that is being deployed from today, is G930FXXU2ERE8 in the case of the Galaxy S7, and G935FXXU2ERE8 in the S7 edge.
For now, the countries in which the deployment is being carried out have not been specified . However, all those who had already installed the defective version of Android Oreo in their terminals, should be the first to receive this new update that remedies the failures found.
It is worth remembering that, to this day, other terminals of the firm such as,and even, already have their update to Android Oreo , without forgetting, of course, the flagship of the past year, the Galaxy S8 and Note8, which have also received their dose of cookies.
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