Samsung Galaxy S6 Nougat Update Insults S7 Users
- Author: Delia Davidson Apr 15, 2017,
Apr 15, 2017, 1:52
Galaxy Note 5: It's Nougat time for the Note 5, which is the most recently supported device in the Note family (Samsung skipped over Note 6 to the Note7, which you all know by now went up in flames).
You would expect that a company like Samsung would have done its homework well before releasing an operating system update to a flagship device such as the Galaxy S7. The operating system update has run into issues, but the fallout does seem to be limited to those who are contracted to U.S. wireless carrier Verizon.
Included in these updates are network performance enhancements, the March 1, 2017 security patches, and more. The Galaxy Note 5's new build number is NRD90M.N920VVRU3CQB9, while Galaxy S6 Edge+ device owners heading to the About Device wing of their settings menu will find build number NRD90M.G928VVRU3CQB9.
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You get the usual instructions before updating to Nougat. You can also now edit and mark up PDF files with it.
Nexus 6P: Those in the Android beta testing program had still been stuck on Android 7.1.2, even though the final build already rolled out to the stable channel. There are now much better battery optimisations tools.
The Verizon community forum is lit up with a slew of topics concerning the latest Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S7. Verizon has the details, so look for an over-the-air update to bring you all of those features like split-screen mode and Doze for battery optimization.