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Regular Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users start receiving Android Nougat update

Looks like Samsung is sticking to the January 17 rollout of the Android 7.0 update for its users—at least for those in China and the UK. Owners of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in said countries have started to see 1.2GB updates heading to their handsets. And this rollout isn’t limited to beta testers. January 17 was the estimated date for the European release of the update so we’re expecting Android Nougat to make its way to Galaxy S7 devices from other regions soon.

There is a report from China, though, claiming a beta version of the app is still being released in the country (despite beta being closed) and it seems to be causing some issues. Whether this is affecting the rollout in the UK or the global release of the update isn’t clear at the moment.

Source: SamMobile


Android Nougat 7.0 finally coming to Samsung Galaxy S7

The wait is almost over. The Android Nougat 7.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 is landing as an over-the-air update in Europe and should be rolling out to more markets soon. For those who’ve joined the beta program, it’s highly likely you’ll be getting the update first when it reaches your market. The update is 215MB in size and comes not just with the Nougat update but with a new UX added in the package and other “performance modes” and improvements. Just keep your eye out for the update to head your way and make sure you have enough battery (or charge your S7) while you update your phone.

Source: BGR


Samsung Galaxy S7 to officially get Android 7.1 next month

Samsung has closed its Galaxy S7 Nougat beta program to make way for the official release of the latest Android operating system version. At the moment, those who took part of the beta will not be able to leave individual feedback related to “Error report” and “Suggestion” within the app. If you want to leave feedback, it’ll have to be via “community” from now on. Samsung is targeting to release Android 7.1.1 for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge as soon as it can in the coming month so better keep your eyes peeled for the update.

Source: SamMobile


Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge get Android Nougat through beta program

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are finally getting the Android Nougat treatment, kind of. Samsung announced that users can access Google’s latest software update via the Galaxy Beta Program. It gives us hope that the full version of the operating system is coming soon. Aside from being limited to beta users, it is currently only available to users in the US, UK, Korea, and soon China.

If you’re in any of these countries you can apply for the program by downloading the Galaxy Beta Program app or the Samsung Members app. The program is on a first-come, first-served basis and spots are reportedly running out so it might be best to apply as soon as you can.

Source: CNET