AT early May flagships Samsung 2016 Galaxy S7 and S7 edge has finally begun to receive an upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo . The first " swallows " were UK users, and before end of this month promised a scale spread. But not it was there: in Samsung announced pause the update.
The reason for this was complaints from those same " pioneers " . Owners of some " sevens " with fresh Android began to notice that smartphones spontaneously reboot. Therefore, in The companies decided to find out in than a problem, and before have not update Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
" Due to the small number of cases where the Galaxy S7 devices Android 8.0 Oreo unexpectedly started to reboot, we temporarily stopped the deployment of the update. we conduct an investigation to ensure that the impact on the affected devices is reduced to minimum, and Do everything possible to ensure that the deployment of the renewal is resumed as soon as possible " The official Samsung forum.
We recall that this same problem was from previous flagships Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 +. After receiving Oreo, they also started to reboot, so the company had to suspend the update. AT late February, the bug was eliminated .