13 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Oreo Release Date Tips

Most People Should Avoid the Note 8 Oreo Leaks

Most People Should Avoid the Note 8 Oreo Leaks

If you're getting impatient, you might be tempted to install the leaked version of the Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo update. 

Leaked software is a good way to get familiar with new software and test performance, but novice users should avoid it. 

The leaked version of Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo is plagued with various bugs and problems. You could see rapid battery drain, issues with connectivity, and problems with your apps and services. 

If you rely on your Note 8 to get you through the work or school day you probably should stay put on official software, especially with the release date as close as it is. 

If you're interested, here's what you need to know about manually installing the the Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update right now. 

One Comment

  1. Gordon

    02/01/2018 at 12:29 am

    Just received January 1 security update (today, Feb 1) for Android 7.1.1 on my Note 8 through Bell Canada


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