Samsung starts rolling out Nougat update to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge units in Taiwan
Samsung has been rolling out a couple of updates to a lot of their devices in the past few weeks, and then most major of these updates are hitting the flagship units. For the Galaxy S7/ S7 Edge flagships, the Nougat has been rolled out to them but not for all regions. Today, Samsung adds one more region to the Nougat bump on the Galaxy S7 lineup.
For the users of this particular unit in Taiwan, the Nougat update has started to hit your units, and in little time, you’ll also know what the Nougat dessert serving tastes like.
This is a massive update which weighs in at around 1260MB, so you might want to be connected to a food Wi-Fi network before you commence.
The Nougat being rolled out in Taiwan would hit the standard Galaxy S7 units with software version number G930FXXU1DQBI, and for the Edge variants users, as G935FXXU1DQBI instead.
Given that this is an OTA update, it might take a while before it starts to hit your units. If you are feeling impatient though, you could just head over to the settings dashboard and manually request the update.
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