Users of Samsung smartphones in the United States have been waiting for the Android update in their mobiles from the carriers of Samsung. Now the wait is over Samsung release its latest the Nougat 7.0 Android update and it has started to rolling out for the worldwide unlocked variant of both the Galaxy 7 and Galaxy s7 edge till the 2nd week of January 2017. For AT&T subscribers now the wait is ended, T-mobiles already pushed out this update.

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This campaign was started last year. Samsung had launched the beta version for the Android update  7.0 Nougat in Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. It was for the test which allows users of the product to test and give their review about the update so if there is any place for improvements in the features of this software so they can change it. The response was very positive so now it is officially released. And First buyers was T-mobiles to get an Android update 7.0 Nougat software.

Nougat android 7.0 has brought many different changes for its 2016 devices, which includes user interface tweaks but it is not limited to it. Several other new features are also launched in it. Overall system and performance are also enhanced in the devices. This software Android update of 7.0 Nougat takes space of 117mbs at your device. It also has new Samsung feature of patch security.

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All Of The T-Mobile Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) and Galaxy S7 Edge (SM-G935T) update:

  • At February 17, 2017, T-Mobile immediately became the first carrier to adopt Android update Nougat 7.0 for the S7 and S7 Edge in the U.S.
  • At November 5, 2016, T-Mobile in devices enabled 256/64 QAM, with improvements in domestic data roaming and fixed the system crash.
  • At May 4, 2016, T-Mobile updated FM Radio, volume and power key fix, with some system improvements in the Samsung Galaxy 6s and Galaxy S6 edge.
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