Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge on US Cellular will be pleased to know that the carrier has started to roll out the android Nougat update for the handsets.
Ridiculous? Absurd? Scandalous? The position in which Samsung has been putting its US-based users of officially unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge variants for several months now goes beyond the most passionate words of outrage. The fifth largest mobile service provider in the United States is distributing the Android Nougat upgrade as a standard over-the-air (OTA) update that's rolling out in stages and won't be hitting all compatible devices on its network simultaneously. 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.
While the initial batch of Galaxy Tab Nougat updates are arriving with the April patch, upcoming releases could feature the May security update, June security update, and so on. This course of action will lead them to download the latest software build to their device provided that one is already available in their territory. It also includes the enhanced version of Doze. This basically means that the owners of these handsets should download the file through a Wi-Fi connection. 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.
As always, it can take a few days or even weeks for USC to spread the love nationwide. If you are one of the target users (meaning that you own a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge and use the US Cellular carrier), you should refresh the page for software update found in the Setting menu on your phone if you want to check if you can download the Nougat yet.
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