The Samsung Galaxy Tab Nougat update is starting to hit more devices and today we want to outline some reasons to, and not to, install Android 7.0 Nougat when it arrives for your Galaxy tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Nougat update is rolling out to the 8-inch and 9-inch Galaxy Tab S2 models in the United States and Europe. The update is also pushing out to the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Android Nougat updates deliver a wealth of changes including performance enhancements, some notable changes to Quick Settings and Multi-Window, bug fixes, and a blue-light filter that could potentially help you get a better night’s sleep.
Most of you will end up installing the Android Nougat update on your Galaxy Tab S2 or Galaxy Tab A.
That said, some of you might want to wait a few days or maybe even a few weeks before installing the Galaxy Tab Nougat update on your device. Maybe you’re traveling or maybe you’re unprepared for what awaits you on board the latest update for your Galaxy tablet.
To help you make a decision, we are going to take you through some reasons to, and not to, install Android 7.0 Nougat on your Galaxy Tab S2 or Galaxy Tab A today.
Install Nougat If You Want to Improve Your Security
If you value your security, you'll probably want to consider installing the Android Nougat update soon after it arrives for your Galaxy Tab.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Nougat upgrade also brings the company's latest security update. Samsung's security updates are loaded with patches for potential exploits including patches from Google itself.
While the initial batch of Galaxy Tab Nougat updates arrived with the April patch, upcoming releases will bring newer versions. Google and Samsung roll out monthly patches to address potential exploits.
If you didn't get or simply failed to download a recent security update, you should also get those patches when your Android Nougat update arrives.
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