Samsung rolls out another Nougat beta to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
Up until now, Samsung has already rolled out three different beta updates to their Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge units and now, they have pushed another update out to make sure that everything is in order before the main pack starts to hit all of their units launched worldwide.
Being the fourth one in this series, this update is still in beta so don’t be expecting it to come without its own little bugs and crashes too but they hope to fix all of that with the full package.
From the official changelog that Samsung has sent out with the update, it was stated that this one is mainly to fix the bugs that are in the other systems and also improve the performance of their devices that are running on the test platform. One other thing that is worthy of note (pun intended) is that with the update, you don’t get to see the Samsung Note application working on your flagships anymore.
For those of you that have no idea, the Note app has now been built to support the latest android OS and you could easily get it from the Google Play store without you needing requirements from the core build of your device.
The update weighs in at about 280MB and if you are in the Nougat beta programme, expect yours to hit soon.
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