When you consider that Samsung Internet Browser comes pre-installed on all of the Korean company's smartphones, this milestone might not seem so impressive. However, the web browser was recently opened up to all Android devices, regardless of the manufacturer, and it's clearly been popular enough with other users to take it over the 500 million installs mark on the Play Store.
Samsung has now resumed the Android 8.1 Oreo rollouts for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones after it halted it last week due to unexpected reboots reported by a limited number of users.
Well, that didn't take long. After pausing the Android Oreo rollout on Galaxy S8s over a reboot glitch, Samsung has restarted the process in Europe. As SamMobile reports, it's an altogether different firmware version. The rollout has resumed in Germany and it shouldn't be long before the update starts appearing domestically -- just in time for Samsung to reveal the Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress in Spain this week! Curious if you've already gotten it? Look for firmware versions G950FXXU1CRB7 or G955XXU1CRB7 on your S8 or S8+.
With more than two billion Android active devices right now, finding the right one for your enterprise needs can be difficult. Google wants to help and is providing a list of worthy phones that can serve in an enterprise environment, and Samsung is conspicuously missing from that selection.
Samsung resumed the rollout of its Android 8.0 Oreo-based firmware for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, with some users in Germany now confirming they have started receiving the stable build of the software on Thursday. The development comes shortly after the deployment of the original Oreo build was halted due to technical issues
A number of German Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners are happy to report they're receiving patched Android 8.0 Oreo updates over-the-air, which means the rest of the world should follow before long.
Samsung recently released the Android Oreo update for their Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones. The update had to be paused after some people had some problems with it. Unfortunately some Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones were rebooting randomly after the update, this was the reason why Samsung paused it. Samsung has
Samsung has done away with the all the software issues that plagued the initial Android Oreo build for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ as this software update has resumed its steady rollout to the hordes of Galaxy flagship out there. As a reminder, a few new-fangled Oreo users experienced unexpected reboots which led to Samsung halt the software update for all Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ juggernauts.
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