Oreo update for U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note8 leaks online

Oreo update for U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note8 leaks online

Oreo update for U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note8 leaks online

Google starts rolling out final build of Android 8.1 Oreo for beta users, reports Android Police. But, the test Oreo build for the unlocked Galaxy Note 8 (US variant - Snapdragon 835) leaks out by a random Reddit user. Those on builds ending with "QK2" should be able to download the 1.4 GB file to their MicroSDs, boot into recovery, and install the update without much hassle. This is the most up-to-date version of the unlocked Galaxy Note 8's software here in the United States. According to the Googler, this feature is not exclusive to Android Oreo.

As the Oreo build is a test one, it might contain some major bugs and problems.

Those who do decide to try the leak out on their device are encouraged to backup all important files just in case something goes wrong during the transition. It didn't confirm a specific release window or a specific list of devices getting the upgrade.

This is not just done, the devices which are running on Android 8.0 Oreo update will also get the new Android 8.1 update right on their devices. It runs on Android 8.0.0 along with Samsung Experience 9.0.

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Once the installation completes, you will be opted out of the beta program to be eligible for future stable OTA releases.

Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android update tracker page. This way, its engineers can squash bugs ahead of the widespread release.

We've fixed the issue that caused this. The latest beta, beta 3, arrived with a long list of fixes and enhancements. So for example, Google defines Slow as the ability to make calls or send texts and that's about it. OK however, will provide a good enough speed for basic webpage access, social media access, and/or streaming of music.

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