The Android Nougat 7.0 updates for the Galaxy S7 (SM-G930F) and Galaxy S7 edge (SM-G935F) has just released by Samsung. The updates comes with several bug fixes and system improvements to address some issues found on previous released. Along with the updates are some newly added features such as the Samsung pass, and the Samsung Note. But since the latter were still under in beta there were still many other issues that hasn’t resolved yet, according to Samsung.
The updates has bumped up the Galaxy S7 from previous Nougat beta version G930FXXU1ZPKK to version G930FXXU1ZPL3. While the Galaxy S7 edge has moved from build version G935FXXU1ZPKK to version G935FXXU1ZPL3. Both updates weighs at approximately 500 MB in file size and are seeding out via Over-The-Air update.
Again, this update is only pushed for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Nougat beta testers who previously participated on Samsung’s Galaxy beta program. But those who did not managed to get in and or just simply awaiting for the final and official Nougat release, just hold on for a bit while as it will surely arrive very soon.
For those who might not received the notification message yet, just simply head over on to your device Settings > About device > Check for software updates.