Keep Your Galaxy Note 5 Charged
If Samsung decides to offer a Galaxy Note 5 Oreo update you'll want to keep your device charged up once the roll out begins. If you keep your phone charged you'll be able to install Oreo right when it arrives.
Most Android software updates require you to have a 20 percent of battery charge to complete the download and installation process.
If Oreo arrives for your Galaxy Note 5 model you should have at least 50% charge because Oreo will be larger than your standard firmware.
If you don't want to wait around when Android Oreo arrives, make sure your device is charged up. You should also think about keeping a charger handy.
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