5 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S8 Oreo Beta & 11 Reasons You Should

Install Android Oreo Beta If You Work in IT

Install Android Oreo Beta If You Work in IT

If you work in IT you might want to install the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta to test vital apps and services.

Samsung enterprise issues are extremely common and we always get complaints about Exchange and other apps and services every time Samsung releases a new Android update. 

Samsung and its beta testers will do their best, but we expect the Galaxy S8's Oreo update to be a nightmare for some enterprise users.

If you're an IT professional who supports end users at your company you might think about installing the beta on a Galaxy S8 (if you've got one lying around) to test it for bugs and problems.

Testing the Android 8.0 update will help prepare you for potential support calls and trouble tickets from co-workers and clients who blindly upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo when it's released to the public. 

One Comment

  1. Adina

    01/24/2018 at 11:31 pm

    support team Hi. I’m Adina from Iran. I have a Samsung mobile phone that has a Galaxy S6 model. When I bought Android, I was upgrading to the 5 lollipop, which was gradually upgraded to 6 and 7. I plan to update 7.1.1 or Android O, but I’m sorry to say that Samsung’s representative in Iran does not provide good support. I also contacted your representative in the United States, but they tell me that our information is limited to American phones. I wanted to know if you might be using ota on Android 7.1.1 Or send me the Android 8? I’d love to have this version of Android on my phone. Give me some guidance. Thank you samsung galaxy s6

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