4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Note 8 Oreo & 10 Reasons You Should
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4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Note 8 Oreo & 10 Reasons You Should

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Install If You Use Samsung Cloud or Samsung DeX

Install If You Use Samsung Cloud or Samsung DeX

If you use a first-party Samsung DeX dock with your Galaxy Note 8 considering downloading the Oreo update soon after it arrives.

Samsung's Android 8.0 Oreo update brings some enhancements to its Samsung DeX solution including design changes (the Apps screen now appears in full screen rather than a pop-up) and enhanced stability.

The Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update also adds 2x speed controls, Auto-Repeat to the stock video player, and support for two additional Samsung covers (LED View Cover and Clear View Standing Cover).

You should also consider downloading Oreo if you utilize Samsung Cloud. Samsung's Android 8.0 update includes various improvements to the platform including:

    • View and manage photos and notes stored only in Samsung Cloud.
    • Store any type of file in Samsung Cloud Drive.
    • Select specific items to delete or restore from backup data.
    • View the size of all your backups and see how many items they contain.

You'll also be able to add an icon to access your Cloud storage from the Note 8's home screen. Your Samsung Cloud storage is also shown right on the dashboard so you can easily keep track of how much space you've used.

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  1. Kay

    04/05/2018 at 3:47 pm

    My Sotware updated to Oreo without any Warning or Heads up.
    It Changed All of my Settings and a Bunch of other Things,
    I am Not a Happy Camper!!
    Wether it be my Provider or Samsung (or both)
    I Should have been given the Option to change or Not to change My Operating System!!

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