While the end of the month is usually a low-key period for Android devices to receive updates, Samsung continues to keep them flowing. Keeping their Galaxy Beta Program rolling at full pace, Samsung has just released an update to Android Nougat beta for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
The latest update for the beta users of Android 7.0 is currently rolling the United Kingdom, making it the third update for the devices in the last three weeks. Since the South Korean manufacturer has been constantly taking feedback from the Galaxy Beta Program members, each update brings a whole lot of fixes and new features as well.
For instance, the latest update to Android Nougat beta for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge brings the ability to select the layout from the Quick Settings panel. Moreover, you can now also put the brightness slider bar at the top of the toggles in the main notification shade. While there are several welcomed fixes, screen wake issues on certain devices continue to persist.
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Since Samsung is doing its best to scrub clean the smudge of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7, you can expect a quick update cycle until the official release of Nougat. The latest update brings the build number of the devices up to G935FXXU1ZPKK, and you should see the OTA update notification soon.
You can also go ahead and manually check for the latest update on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices by heading over to Settings->About Device->Software Update->Update Now. Do keep us posted on what the latest update to Android Nougat beta brings for the flagship devices from Samsung.
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