We all know very well that more and more smartphone manufacturers are concerned to keep their devices up-to-date, not just for the latest versions of Android, but also for the security updates that emerge. However, now according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant Samsung has just stopped the Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 without any reason.
Samsung Just Stopped The Oreo Update For The Galaxy S8 Without Any Reason
More and more smartphone manufacturers are concerned to keep their devices up-to-date, not just for the latest versions of Android, but also for the security updates that emerge.
The South Korean giant Samsung has taken the right step by launching the update of Android Oreo for its Galaxy S8 showing that it maintained the support to its equipment, but now it has suddenly removed it from the air and is preparing a new version.
It was several months in which the South Korean giant Samsung had in tests the Android version Oreo that it prepared for its Galaxy S8. Several versions have been released, correcting the flaws found and making this version suitable for release.
This work completed with the launch, days ago, of this new version officially and for everyone. Although the release was phased, it was running at a good pace and with many users installing this new version without any complaint or problem.
It is therefore strange the decision of Samsung to remove this new version from the air. Even stranger this decision has been taken without giving any justification to the users and without any known problem.
The only information that could be obtained from the South Korean giant Samsung is that a new version is being developed and soon it should be released, thus maintaining the update program for Android Oreo.
The most likely is that a bug or a serious problem has appeared or appeared in the update that was released, probably only discovered after the general availability, which will have led to the South Korean giant Samsung to decided to revert the update.
As with other brands, in the Android universe and beyond, in similar situations, the solution should appear within days and the update will resume transparently, bringing Android Oreo to the equipment of the South Korean brand.
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