Being a multi-billion dollar tech company that has hundreds of devices in the Android market, Samsung does have its hands busy with updates all the time. But ever since the Galaxy Beta Program extended, the Samsung firmware updates for Galaxy S7, Galaxy A7 and dozens of other devices had been put on hold.
With the release of Android 7.0 Nougat, Samsung is finally back to its old routine of rolling out large batches of OTA updates for its devices. The first massive Samsung firmware updates batch comes with regular security updates for most devices, while the flagship variants across the globe are receiving Android 7.0.
The Galaxy Tab S is also among the updated devices, receiving Marshmallow in regions like Caucasus Countries, while the Galaxy Tab E is still on Android 4.4 KitKat. To find out if your device has received Samsung firmware updates for Galaxy A5 and other devices, you can manually check through Settings->About phone->Software update->Check for updates
However, if you are among the unfortunate who haven’t received the latest updates despite the same being released in other regions, there is a way around it. Head over to the Updato Samsung firmware platform
and check out firmware updates. This service will help you get the latest Samsung firmware files for free right away.