The Samsung Galaxy S8 getting a second Android Pie beta replace
Shortly after we noticed the Samsung Galaxy Be aware eight get a second Android Pie replace, we at the moment are seeing international S8 and S8+ customers get a follow-up replace to their gadgets.
This replace (by way of SamMobile & Reddit consumer /u/harburgerz) will bump up S8 and S8+ beta customers software program variations to G950FXXU4ZSAC and G955FXXU4ZSAC respectively. There’s nonetheless no signal of the replace for US beta testers.
As for the software program adjustments, it seems that the changelog stays unaltered from the one we noticed with the Be aware eight only a day or so in the past.
So meaning, some digicam points corresponding to pressure closures when utilizing sluggish movement modes and blurry viewfinders when touched are being resolved. Past that, microSD card points with downloaded music and information from the Samsung Web app are additionally getting patched.
The most important repair is the patching of the gorgeous extreme lock display freezing error which happens when you enter a secret PIN to unlock your cellphone. Samsung has even listed an error that really hasn’t been mounted within the type of the Individuals Edge panel that would trigger your gadget to reboot when accessing the Edge display options.
As we’ve got beforehand mentioned, we suggest that you just disable the Individuals Edge function till an additional patch fixes this beautiful massive difficulty. We’re nonetheless prone to see a 3rd beta replace for the S8 and S8+ to repair that downside within the coming days — a minimum of forward of a full Pie launch.
We have been anticipating the replace to return to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ after seeing the Be aware eight obtain the patches and software program fixes. However we hope that the complete launch of Android Pie is about to drop within the subsequent couple of weeks primarily based upon Samsung’s personal replace timeline.
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