Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Tab Nougat & 5 Reasons You Should
- Author: Arturo Norris Apr 22, 2017,
Apr 22, 2017, 16:22
Just today US Cellular has officially started rolling out the updates to Android 7.0 Nougat for its versions of Samsung's devices from a year ago, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The phone had already received the same treat in several other markets, including the US and Europe, but those in India can now speak the same language with their counterparts.
After long wait HTC finally starts rolling out Android Nougat on its HTC One A9 in India. So far, the unlocked variant was the first to receive the OTA update back in January, but a lot of this was happening in the U.S. Carriers such as Sprint have since followed suit, rolling out the update to the phone in the U.S. market.
According to SamMobile, the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge weighs 1512.39 MB.
Even though the rollout of the update started today, it might take several days until you can access it on your own device.
Yup, America's fifth largest wireless service provider has a little something, something in store over-the-air for SM-G930R4 and SM-G935R4 users, reportedly tipping the scales at around 1.5GB, and obviously including all the tasty, standard stuff, from multitasking enhancements to security revisions to new emoji. Also, make sure that your phone's battery power is at least 50%, otherwise, find a power source and keep it connected throughout the upgrade process.
The US Cellular versions of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are receiving an update with a file size amount of a gigabyte and a half.
HTC has already released the new firmware to the HTC 10, 10 Lifestyle, HTC One A9 and HTC One M9 devices as promised but it is still not known if it will seed the OS to some of its popular handsets like the HTC Desire 820, HTC Desire 826, HTC ME, HTC One E9, HTC Butterfly 3, HTC M8 EYE, HTC 816, HTC One (M8 Eye), HTC One M8 and HTC One E8.