The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are removing a fourth Android Pie beta update, that is rolling out right now.
We have already seen that a Galaxy Note 8 has started removing a full Android Pie recover in Eastern European markets right off a behind of a fourth Android Pie beta. So it comes as no warn that a Galaxy S8 and S8+ are now saying this refurbish (via SamMobile).
This beta refurbish will put users on G950FXXU4ZSB9 and G955FXXU4ZSB9 firmware for a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, respectively. It brings with it a array of bug fixes and improvements, a many important of that is an blunder that stopped NFC from functioning correctly.
Beyond that, it also resolves a few other core issues such as inclination frozen after opening a new app drawer or a batch keyboard disintegrating wholly while dialing a number.
The full changelog includes a horde of other fixes. All of that are entirely minute in a screenshot below.
This is expected a final Galaxy S8 Android Pie beta update, with reports that a fast recover is streamer out to a Galaxy Note 8 in Eastern Europe, we design a Galaxy S8 to follow fit very, really soon.
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