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Samsung S7 and S7 Edge facing issue over Oreo update

17 May 2018

United Kingdom owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 can now find the latest version of Android rolling out on their tablets. On the other hand, the Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB variant is now available for around Rs.35,000 online. But, unfortunately, the update didn't last for too long, as the company has stopped the update.

To check if the update is ready for your slate you'll want to head to Settings and then Software Update.

The South Korean giant Samsung has made a decision to hold the rollout of Android Oreo 8.0 until it fixes some of the issues. An official statement has already been issued by Samsung, which confirms the deployment of the update has been put on hold.

A limited number of United Kingdom residents who had begun receiving an Android Oreo update are now reportedly experiencing random instances of the phone rebooting.

The official statement released by Samsung says the company is now investigating the random reboot issue internally to ensure that the impact to the affected devices can be minimized and the rollout can resume as soon as possible. "We are investigating the issue internally to ensure that the impact to the affected devices is minimized and the rollout of the update can resume as quickly as possible". While it can not be guaranteed, we will do our best to try to restore your data. The issue can only be resolved by running a factory data reset so you will need to back up your data through other ways before running a data reset.

Turn off device pressing Power +Volume Down keys.

For those having to bear with the problem and still looking for a solution, Samsung has suggested that they bring their phones to a Samsung Support Centre, where a technician will restore the devices.

Samsung S7 and S7 Edge facing issue over Oreo update