Samsung stops rolling out Android 8.0 to Galaxy S7 because of problems


Samsung stopt uitrol Android 8.0 naar Galaxy S7 vanwege problemen

Samsung temporarily stops the roll-out of Android 8.0 (Oreo) to the Galaxy S7. That happens because of a bug where equipment suddenly re-booting or in a bootloop.

Roll-out Oreo Galaxy S7 discontinued

At the beginning of this month started finally the roll-out of Android 8.0 (Oreo) to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 the Edge. The update is months tested through a beta program, but apparently that was not enough. Because bugs is the roll-out, namely pauses.

Some users who have the update installed, finding that their devices suddenly restart or in a bootloop. Is a smartphone in a bootloop go in, the device attempts to restart without success. Halfway through something goes wrong, giving the aircraft time and time again continues to boot. There, the user can then little to do.

uitrol oreo galaxy s7

According to a spokesperson from Samsung on the official forum is going to have a limited number of cases, but the company has decided to roll out the update temporarily to stop. It is not yet clear when the roll-out of Oreo for the Galaxy S7 is continued.

What if I Oreo already have installed?

Do you have Oreo already installed on your Samsung Galaxy S7? As long as you don’t encounter problems, there is nothing to worry about. Samsung will probably be in a later update, the bug fix, making your phone in the future still do not suffer from these problems.

What if I’m in a bootloop now?

Are you one of the users whose device is in a bootloop, than board Samsung to contact a service location in your area, which you can find here.

If that is not? Then you can get into Recovery Mode the device to its factory defaults, restoring it. Then, you’ll have all the data lost on the smartphone is stored. Go through the following steps:

  1. Turn the device off by the power – and volume down button;
  2. Turn the unit on while the power, menu and volume down button press and hold;
  3. Hold while you get the blue screen with the Android logo looks;
  4. Release the buttons when the Android logo and “no command” see and wait for the Android Recovery screen. That can take a minute;
  5. Use the volume buttons to navigate and select ” Wipe Data/Factory Data Reset’;
  6. Select with the power button.

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