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Samsung Galaxy Nougat Problems: 5 Things to Know

The Samsung Galaxy Android Nougat update delivers some exciting changes but it’s also plagued with a variety of problems including abnormal battery drain, finicky GPS, busted Wi-Fi, and broken Bluetooth connectivity.

Last year, Samsung released an Android 7.0 Nougat beta for select Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge owners. The beta gave users a chance to try the software and its features and it also gave testers a chance to report bugs ahead of the release release.

Samsung’s Galaxy Nougat beta wiped out some issues but Android Nougat problems have slipped through the cracks into the final Android Nougat updates for the Galaxy S7Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Tab S2, and others.

Unsurprisingly, there are also problems plaguing the version of Android Nougat powering the company’s new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

With those problems in mind, we want to take a broad look at the Android Nougat issues affecting Samsung’s Galaxy devices.

This roundup includes a look at the current climate, some resources for those running into trouble, and a look at what’s next from Google and Samsung.

How to Prepare for Android Nougat

The first thing you need to know about Samsung Galaxy Android Nougat problems is that they’re unpredictable.

While many Galaxy smartphone and tablet users will emerge from the Nougat installation process without a headache, others will encounter small bugs and/or major issues with Samsung’s new operating system.

This is why we recommend doing some prep work before you install an Android Nougat update. A little preparation can go a long way toward preventing issues.

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To help you, we’ve put together a game plan that will take you some of the steps to take before installing Android Nougat on your Galaxy device.

You don’t need to take every single step but at the very least you’ll want to make sure you’ve backed up all of your important files.

If you’re new to Android or you simply want to cover all of your bases, take a look at our walkthrough. It could help you prevent Android Nougat problems.

You should also take a look at a few things we recommend after you install Android Nougat on your Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, or Galaxy Note 5.  You might find something useful there as well.

Samsung Galaxy Nougat Problems

As the Nougat roll out picks up speed we’re starting to hear more about the Android 7.0 issues plaguing the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Tab, and other Galaxy-branded devices.

Galaxy S8 Nougat Problems

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are two of the best smartphones available but they’re far from perfect.

Owners of Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 are complaining about a wide range of problems ranging from poor battery life to issues with the fingerprint sensor to problems with GPS to annoying random reboot issues.

These Galaxy S8 Nougat issues are similar to the other Android 7.0 problems plaguing older Galaxy smartphones and tablets.

For a more detailed look at Galaxy S8 problems, take a look at our guide. It runs down the most important things Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners need to know as we push deeper into the year.

Galaxy S7 Nougat Problems

Samsung Galaxy S7 owners are complaining about various Wi-Fi issues, issues with the camera, issues with sound/speakers, abnormal battery drain, Bluetooth issues, LED notification issues, lag, keyboard problems, installation issues, issues with SMS and callsTheme Store issuesproblems with WhatsApp, and various issues with Samsung Pass.

Samsung’s also acknowledged issues with screen mirroring when using the Quick Connect feature. If screen mirroring is busted, you might need to download the Screen Mirroring patch from the Google Play Store.

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Now that the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Nougat updates are rolling out in the United States, we’re starting to see U.S. users complain about various Android 7.0 issues.

T-Mobile Galaxy S7 users are complaining about installation problems, Wi-Fi problems, issues with battery life, a problem wherein apps are vanishing from the home screen, abnormal amounts of UI lag, voice issues, notification issues, and predictive text problems.

Sprint Galaxy S7 Nougat users are complaining about issues with GPS strength, connection errors, and random reboots.

On AT&T, Galaxy S7 users are experiencing issues with the fingerprint sensor, problems with Samsung Browser, GPS issues, and abnormal battery drain problems.

Verizon Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge users aren’t immune to the problems plaguing Samsung’s flagships from 2016. We’re also seeing complaints about broken Wi-Fiissues with notifications, weird battery drain, and lag.

We expect the list of Nougat issues to grow as the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Android Nougat updates hit more devices.

Galaxy S6 Nougat Problems

We’re also seeing a number of complaints about Samsung’s Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and Galaxy S6 Edge+ Nougat updates.

Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Nougat include bad battery life, problems with RAM management, lag and lockups, jagged animations, overheating, GPS issues, Bluetooth issues, and various installation issues.

Sprint Galaxy S6 users are complaining about issues with charging, random reboots, and odd Wi-Fi problems.

Verizon Galaxy S6 users are seeing Wi-Fi problems, problems with Amazon’s Kindle, slow app response time, and more.

This is precisely why you should prepare your device for the Android 7.0 Nougat update. This is also why you should take your time with Nougat.

Yes, it’s an exciting update but if you’re having a solid experience on Android Marshmallow (or something older like Lollipop), you’ll want to really dig into Nougat feedback before making your move.

Galaxy Note 5 Nougat Problems

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Nougat update is also rolling out in force and we’re also hearing about some of the issues plaguing Samsung’s big screen device.

Galaxy Note 5 Nougat users are noticing installation problems, weird battery drain and connectivity issues including wonky Bluetooth.

Others are running into issues with various first and third-party applications including Samsung Pay, random reboots, problems with the LED light and notificationsissues with GPS, missing widgets, and installation issues.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Nougat release is still pretty limited and we expect complaints to pickup as the update rolls out to more users.

Galaxy Tab Nougat Problems

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 owners are also running into various problems with their version of Android 7.0 Nougat.

Some Galaxy Tab S2 users are noticing Wi-Fi issues, slow charging problems, UI lag, Bluetooth problems, and issues with Google Play.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Nougat update is still extremely limited and we expect Nougat problems to emerge on board the next batch of updates.

Where to Find Feedback

As we push away from the start of Samsung’s Android 7.0 Nougat roll out, current and future Nougat users need to keep an eye on feedback.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, or another Galaxy device running Nougat, now would be a good time to start taking a look at feedback from those who are on the Android 7.0 Nougat update.

This feedback will alert you to potential Nougat problems as well as the potential benefits of installing the new operating system on your device.

Ultimately, this feedback could help you decide if you want to install Nougat on day one or wait for Samsung/your carrier to roll out a bug fixer to address issues.

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We recently put together a list of reasons to, and not to, install the Samsung Galaxy S7 Android Nougat update.

We recently gave the Galaxy S6 Nougat update, the Galaxy Note 5 Nougat update, and the Galaxy Tab Nougat update the same treatment. If you’re on the fence about Android Nougat, that’s a great place to start.

We also recommend XDA-Developers and Android Central Forums. These are two excellent resources and they’re worth bookmarking.

Once carriers start pushing out Android Nougat you’ll want to head to carrier-specific forums on XDA-Developers or the official forums at carriers like AT&TVerizon and Sprint. We’ll see a ton of feedback emerge there.

You should also use social media sites like Twitter to gather valuable feedback from your fellow Galaxy users.

How to Fix Galaxy Android Nougat Problems

If you do run into an Android Nougat update on your Galaxy device there’s no need to panic. There’s a good chance you’ll be able to fix your issue from the comfort of your chair.

To start, you’ll want to take a look at our list of fixes for the most common Samsung Galaxy Nougat problems.

Our list includes fixes for abnormal battery life, Wi-Fi connectivity issues, bad Bluetooth, UI lag, and more.

We’ve also put together some tips to improve Nougat performance on the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy Tab.

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If you can’t find your fix there, XDA-Developers, Twitter, Android-centric forums like Android Central, and carrier forums are also great resources.

If you were having an excellent experience on Marshmallow you can also flash back to the older version of Android if you think that will improve your device’s performance.

What’s Next

If you can’t find a fix for your Galaxy Android Nougat problem know that you’ll probably be on your own for long stretches.

We expect Samsung and its carrier partners to push out bug fixes to address Nougat issues but these updates can, and probably will, be sporadic.

The good news is that Samsung and its carrier partners are rolling out stability patches to the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and other devices.

The Galaxy S7 patches are tiny, less than 100MB, but they include bug fixes and performance enhancements.

AT&T recently rolled out Nougat bug fix updates to its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge bringing an Advanced Messaging fix, AT&T Messages Backup & Sync fix, Wi-Fi calling fix, Video Calling improvement, and various other fixes and improvements to the devices.

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 patch, comes with a remedy for the red tint issue. There’s also a chance your update will bring some additional bug fixes.

For instance, AT&T’s new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Nougat builds deliver a Force Close fix for Data Quality Assessment (DQA) error pop-up, 5G Access Point (AP) Wi-Fi compatibility fix, and Bixby button key short press timing change.

T-Mobile’s also released bug fix updates for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ which come with a fix for intermittent call failure fix.

Samsung will also continue to roll out monthly security updates to its Galaxy devices though there’s no guarantee they will have bug fixes on board.

It’s also worth noting that Samsung’s version of Android Nougat update is based on Android 7.0, not Android 7.1.1 Nougat or Android 7.1.2. Android 7.1.2 is now the most up-to-date version of Android Nougat.

It’s unclear if Samsung plans to deploy Android 7.1.1 or Android 7.1.2 to its Galaxy smartphones and tablets though there are some signs of life.

A recent Samsung Nougat benchmark shows Android 7.1.1 on board a Galaxy A3. More recent benchmarks show the update being tested on the Galaxy S7.  These are both good signs but benchmarks can be faked.

Google’s Android 7.1.2 update is “an incremental maintenance release focused on refinements, so it includes a number of bug fixes and optimizations, along with a small number of enhancements for carriers and users.”

It could prove useful to Galaxy S8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy Tab users struggling on Nougat.

For more on Android 7.1.1 Nougat and Android 7.1.2 Nougat, take a look at our walkthrough. It’ll get you caught up with the latest software updates from Google.

And if you are dealing with issues, keep those fingers crossed. Fixes from Google/Samsung/your carrier could be coming soon.

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Install Nougat If You Want Better Security

Let's start with some basics.

If you value your security, and most of you probably do, you'll want to think about installing the Galaxy S7 Nougat update soon after it arrives for your device. 

Every month, Google and Samsung release important security patches for Android devices. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Android Nougat updates should bring the latest security patches to your device.

Samsung's initial batch of Galaxy S7 Nougat updates delivered the company's January security update while upcoming updates could deliver the patches from the February security update. You can read more about their contents on Samsung's website

If you failed to download or receive an older security update (December, November, etc), the patches from those updates might be baked into your version of Nougat. If not, you might be forced to install them manually before you can download Nougat. 

On top of the patches, Samsung's Galaxy S7 Nougat update brings Samsung Pass, a way to secure your identity using biometric data rather than entering your password or ID. 

Samsung Pass is like a master key for your various logins and it relies on Galaxy S7's fingerprint scanner. The biometric data is encrypted and stored safely by Samsung Knox.

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54 Comments

  1. Tanvir Ahmed

    02/14/2017 at 1:38 am

    After updating Nougat, i am facing severe problems of network error. It shows my cellular network is working but i am not able to make any calls or use data.

    Look forward for an update.

    Reply

  2. Steve

    02/20/2017 at 1:06 pm

    I had nougat for one week and I don’t like it. Battery life was about the same. But white colour on notification bar, too small words in keyboard and some more thinks what looks really bad.
    So I downgraded back to 6.0.1 and it’s just what I like. Why they still trying make new Android ? Just improve battery life on devices. That’s what we need. No new androids…….

    Reply

    • Mohamed

      02/28/2017 at 3:34 pm

      How did u downgraded to software 6

      Reply

      • Steve

        04/20/2017 at 7:34 am

        Just download firmware from sammobile.com and flash it via Odin.
        Sometime is good make factory reset before flashing.

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    • Annoyed user

      03/14/2017 at 12:58 pm

      How did you downgrade? I’ve been told that it was not possible. I have been unable to find a factory image for my particular (Verizon) model. The changes to the calendar and phone app UI is unacceptable to me. They make the apps harder to use. I have already encountered several (minor but annoying) errors, and the battery life seems to have gotten worse.

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  3. KAUSHIK S GADHAI

    02/23/2017 at 1:33 am

    since I updated, my play store will not work with mobile data and will download or update only with WiFi. tried all the remedies available on the net right from clearing cache to disabling and enabling google account and checking the restrictions of data but nothing seems to work. On my assistant of Live Chat simply the guy told me that its a nougat problem and he cant do anything about it ??!!! huh… also my call forwarding is not working even though i checked with service provider vodafone and there is no issue with vodafone. I am using Samsung S7 edge and seriously feel pathetic about this now.

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  4. Jon M.

    02/24/2017 at 5:27 am

    Came to look for any possible issues with nougat and gps. Started reading the story. Kept reading the same comments over and over, paragraph after paragraph that could be summed up by saying “s7 nougat update is being released, people are having problems.” and “Prep your device”. Literally, this reads like a middle school student trying to make that minimum word essay by using a whole bunch of paragraph fillers! This article is nothing but clickbait garbage. Thanks for wasting my time!

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  5. Stan

    02/27/2017 at 8:14 am

    I hate this update, I saw in the article that I can “flash back”. Any instructions on how to do this?

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  6. f

    02/27/2017 at 3:02 pm

    I had the same issue as everyone. Playing around with the settings back and forth, I finally found the battery drain problem. Turn off video enhancer, and the app power monitor setting in advanced settings. Battery life is back to normal. Have been with the phone since 8am and now its 6pm and Im at 76% battery life.

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    • Nikola

      03/02/2017 at 2:31 pm

      Hi mate where is that app “power monitoring setting ” I can not find to switch off , I have Galaxy s7 edge and now I got problem a lot of drain battery

      Reply

  7. Philipeason

    02/28/2017 at 11:54 am

    Ive got loads of problems calls cutting off incoming call sounds muted stuff disapearing off home screen rang samsung theu said do a factory reset so i did started working again 5 days later same again no incoming call sounds alarm muted propper frustrated as i have 2 ill childred with cystic firosis and my dad at home on oxygen what happens if his machine goes off and my calls are muted . Iam using my samsung watch now to rely on hearing incomin calls not happy will be back on the phone to samsung tomorrow as i dont pay £600 for a phone for it not to work grrrrr

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  8. Meir Cohen

    02/28/2017 at 2:54 pm

    My s7 edge nougat Exynos is very good.
    Battery life is even better and no any issues with wi fi or what so ever.
    Very good update.

    Reply

  9. Teesmommy

    03/02/2017 at 1:49 pm

    My S7 edge is working good except for the low call volume. No one can hear me and I have to speak loudly when on calls

    Reply

  10. Bob Y

    03/02/2017 at 3:33 pm

    After reading some of these articles & comments I was terrified to install the Nougat update but decided to take a chance & Installed it on my (Sprint) S7 Edge three days ago. I’ve had absolutely no problems at all. The phone seems a little faster & maybe a bit smoother & haven’t noticed any changes in battery life. I’ve used Android phones since the HTC Evo & think this update is one of the best I’ve gotten. This may be the first that hasn’t messed my phone up one way or another & one of few that really made the phone better.
    Not wild about the color change in list of conversations (hard to read) for texting but other than that I’m liking this phone more than ever after the update.

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  11. Dee

    03/04/2017 at 9:56 am

    After update I could not hear incoming callers… very muted. AT&T tried to troubleshoot. Did factory reinstall. Did not help. They’re sending me out a new phone.

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  12. Wally Lopez

    03/07/2017 at 9:39 pm

    18 years in the IT field witnessing software companies updating and changing GUIs. I find no reason for this Nougat update. Why fix what wasn’t broken? Now all your users have to adapt to get another method to get simple tasks done. Very sick of program writers trying to make a name for themselves while publishing a bad product. My phone is extremely slower and unresponsive most of the time. Android was supposed to be better than the typical change everything Mirosoft versions and now I see Android and Samsung has taken on this business idea. I highly doubt you have labs to test these be updates. I am very upset at the ungodly price I pay for your phones. This update had made me consider a new brand of phone. Horrible!

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  13. Elizabeth Gonzalez

    03/08/2017 at 3:18 pm

    Since initiating the update I have had issues with everything from texting to Wi-Fi. Not only that but the issues are just getting worse.  Talk to text is impossible to use now and the update is not compatible with Spanish in the least. Wish there was a way to undo this. It is by far the worst update yet. I don’t even want to use my phone anymore.

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  14. Shirley C Collins

    03/11/2017 at 8:25 am

    My S7 edge when receiving, or making calls. I have to speak louder. I have dropped calls. I have issues with keypad. I need these issue fixed. Help

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  15. pash timsina

    03/11/2017 at 12:47 pm

    Most annoying are abrupt fluctuations in sound volume. And :
    Keypad input response
    Facebook images appear tiny
    black screen
    freezes screen
    Hate it

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  16. whsntme

    03/16/2017 at 10:42 am

    If you have your phone is silent mode or vibrate, the LED will not flash for text messages. If you have your sound on, it will. Stupid, i know.

    Reply

  17. Dan

    03/18/2017 at 11:01 pm

    Sprint s7 here, I’ve had every single issue above, regardless of carrier. Ready to dump this phone entirely. Phone was marvelous prior to update, now it’s broken. Everything is an issue. After this experience, I see why folks stick with IOS. Sure some updates have bugs, but this broken my phone. Wifi issues, keyboard is useless, call issues, major battery drain (half of what it used to be,) reboots, constant lag, glitches, lost functionality within the os and apps… and the best lart is no features to speak of. What, added security? Please, I only download from the playstore to avoid that. I’m calling Sprint tomorrow for help, as I’ve tried everything. Best of all is I updated while on vacation, when I need the phone most.

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  18. gaurav dhir

    03/20/2017 at 6:39 am

    s7 nougat update ….issue in screen mirroring
    share screen is hanging…is not smooth as previous
    and phone lags also
    previous update was fast….plz work on it

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  19. Kahraman

    03/21/2017 at 3:32 am

    What a shit update pls help me i want old version samsung s6

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  20. Charley

    03/24/2017 at 12:50 pm

    Liked the ability to force a larger font to most applications (ie facebook…) although gmail is still “fine print” and the notification bars’ text is ridiculously tiny. Still can’t use camera and flashlight at the same time (WHY!?) and now the pocket mode quit working again – I’ll notice heat on my leg, pull phone out of my pocket, and find a dozen or more apps have been activated while in my pocket. That problem with the Galaxy S5 was the reason I jumped up to the S7. Now, I have to question whether they’re intentionally putting crap like that on the devices to coax users into spending the money on a new phone. Approximately one week since 7.0 pushed though, and now Verizon has another update, installing it as I type this message. Hopefully it’ll fix more than it breaks

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  21. Samantha

    03/26/2017 at 1:37 am

    My galaxy 7 edge screen shattered while charging terrible

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  22. Mb

    03/31/2017 at 5:50 am

    Day one observations s7 edge Verizon nougat update:
    1.Fingerprint access no longer working 2. Audio playing from ear speaker and not normal media speaker at times
    3. Internet connection having difficulties
    4. Lag time all over.

    Not happy….i see potential when these pretty serious issues are resolved.

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  23. Mun

    03/31/2017 at 5:11 pm

    I have installed Nougat 7 on my note 5 last night & I found that the battery drain very fast . Pls fix it asap . Tq.

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  24. Mum

    03/31/2017 at 5:56 pm

    Note 5 after upgraded to nougat 7 battery won’t get 100 % even charged it whole night .

    Reply

  25. Ron

    04/03/2017 at 7:04 pm

    Since Nougat updated, I’ve had icons and widgets moved, deleted.
    Also some websites with several pages just keep flying by-not stopping to read them.

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  26. saad naeem

    04/04/2017 at 7:29 am

    battery drain is bad for note 5

    Reply

  27. Drey

    04/04/2017 at 8:09 am

    For me I can’t load any videos, and on snapchat I can’t open any videos or send videos. The YouTube app does not work because none of the videos will load there either, phone battery drains quicker, and I could go on… but I appreciate the new emojis

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  28. Felipe

    04/04/2017 at 8:54 am

    The thing that solve my battery problem after installing Nougat on my S7, was restoring applications prefereces. In settings- >applications-> (three dots menu) -> Restore app preferences.
    (I also cleared the cache from the boot menu)
    (I did not make a factory reset before or after update)

    Before this the battery lasted 6 hours, and now more than 20.

    Hope this works for you two.

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  29. Mary

    04/04/2017 at 2:04 pm

    Not a lot good about it….more steps just to find a contact. Got rid of favorites in contacts. Touch sensitivity seems worse. Lags in loading emails. Smaller tool bar. Thus far, the only thing I like is the blue light filter for the hour before you go to bed. If like to revert back unless they make an overhaul soon!!

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  30. Tommy

    04/06/2017 at 5:19 am

    update is a visual disaster! all this light pastel coloring is annoying and hard to see! phone is sluggish and im very disspointed with my brand new S7 Edge w Verizon, Google, Samsung and Verizon need to get on same page!

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  31. Matt

    04/06/2017 at 8:46 am

    I just updated my s7 edge this morning and now I’m getting Invalid SIM card error and no connectivity. Sprint chat tech did a reconnection that worked for 2 min before that failed with the same error too.

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  32. Lindsey M Motter

    04/07/2017 at 12:03 pm

    My Samsung S7 suddenly has “forgotten” the pattern passcode I have been using for a LONG time .. I am now up to two remaining attempts to access the phone before it factory resets which I do NOT want it to do. Any insight would be appreciated!

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  33. Chito

    04/12/2017 at 4:45 pm

    I am also experiencing ” apps forced stopped ” message on my Galaxy S7 edge after installing android 7.0 I did all available error correction re; wiping catched file, rebooting and factory reset etc… but it didn’t work any help? Im from philippines…

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  34. alireza

    04/14/2017 at 1:38 am

    hi
    do ” note edge ” activated (android 7) ??

    best regards

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  35. Sydney

    04/14/2017 at 6:20 pm

    I have the nougat update on my s6 and my only problems are the battery drain and completely mental keyboard. It’s literally frustrating to type on it or even us the swipe key function to type. I lost nearly 50% battery in 2 hours.

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  36. Carolyn Flynn

    04/20/2017 at 3:23 pm

    My S7 edge worked great until last update. I rely heavy on my voice recognition to write emails and text. Found issues with it just repeating the same sentence over and over and other times deleting the whole text.
    The battery drain is a pain as it also means needing to have access to recharge multiple times during the day.
    I have placed an order for the upgraded S 8 plus and I can tell you now if it is anything like what I have been experiencing with the s7 edge upgrade software I will be highly disappointed as the voice recognition and commands is what I use the most.

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  37. Tw

    04/21/2017 at 1:20 pm

    I have a S6 edge + and the fast charging feature is not working since the update.

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  38. BreeAnna

    04/24/2017 at 1:04 pm

    My youtube doesnt work and when i make a call there is no ringing on my end of the phone so i hang up sometimes thinking the call didnt go thru because it is silent.. when i dont hang up and it goes thru i just hear silence until the person answers.. also noticing some lag going from app to app (not lag in chrome).

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  39. Brad Daymond

    04/25/2017 at 2:21 am

    I must be having a Nougat nightmare, and not the one where they left the nougats out of the Mars bar. Apps are crashing hourly, the screen freezes, hourly, Google assistant either quit, or is hard of hearing, and what battery…Oh talk to text….Well, let’s just say I’m not worried about artificial intelligence when we can’t even have a phone understand basic English, let alone, understand basic English. Well that’s all and just a note, it has crashed 3 times just making this comment.

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  40. Flavius

    04/25/2017 at 6:07 am

    Battery not charging in fast charge after Nougat update on Note 5 (Telus Canada). Before it took around 1h15 min to charge, now is more like 2h20min. The same problem on my wife’s Edge 6 plus.

    Also, there is no more multitasking option.

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  41. Gareth Riddiford

    04/25/2017 at 11:28 am

    My S7 Edge completely died this weekend after the update, will not charge or switch on. At the moment it is back to shop for repair.

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  42. Shamika

    04/26/2017 at 8:01 am

    My S6 is extremely slow since the update. My messenger app is constantly crashing, two days ago, the phone refused to turn back on for about 10 minutes, battery is draining fairly rapid, and I cannot flip my screen while watching movies unless it’s on Youtube and even then I have to press the full screen button vs it just going that way when I flip my phone.

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  43. Rusty

    04/27/2017 at 7:16 am

    Nougat is a disaster of an update for me (S6 edge). Mine will not stay connected to wi-fi. I’ve tried different wi-fi networks, rebooting phone, rebooting wi-fi, everything I can think of. It just connects for a few minutes then drops it for a few minutes then reconnects in a tireless loop. It’s also annoying that everytime it drops wi-fi and then connects to wi-fi, it gives an audible notification which I haven’t found how to turn off yet.

    My recommendation is to not update to Nougat until more of the bugs have been fixed.

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  44. Bo

    04/27/2017 at 7:23 am

    I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on Sprint. I updated to Android 7 about a month ago and regret it every day. The battery drain is significant and likely due to the screen turning on its own after you have placed it into sleep mode by tapping the Power button. If you have somewhat poor vision, the Notification screen’s small light gray and blue text is horrifically hard to read under many conditions. The look and feel of the “minimal” design is a SIGNIFICANT step backwards. If Android 6 was re-released, I would be flipping cart-wheels and view it as a significant improvement. Note, I love technology and have never regretted an OS upgrade. I usually give it time for adjustment. Not this one. Android 7 ABSOLUTELY SUX, at least the Samsung variation does. Android 6 was rock solid in almost every way except the “Fully Charged” notification that wakes you up ea night with a glaring light. For what it’s worth, they didn’t fix that in Android 7 either.

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  45. Jeffrey

    04/28/2017 at 1:58 pm

    I have a galaxy S6 and having issues with text/emails. I have a word typed ( correctly ) and it changes the word to something else.

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  46. Marwan

    04/28/2017 at 2:20 pm

    Ever since the latest update (7.0), my Note 5 sometimes will not make an outgoing call. I slide the name to the right, it start to make the call but disconnects immediately. I have to restart the phone to re-gain calling out function.

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  47. Laura

    05/05/2017 at 8:00 pm

    I’m having issues with my text messages just sitting there forever clocking forrrever and my pics aren’t going through ! Also won’t open an app. Just downloaded so believe I’ll run into more. HELP

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  48. Nashmia

    05/06/2017 at 2:24 am

    Im having issues after updating my phone. If I hide content to messages than I don’t notifications it only shows silent notifications then.. If i unhide mesaage content then pop up disturbs. It sucks.. help me get out of this

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  49. Another Annoyed User

    05/06/2017 at 8:26 am

    I have few problems with the Galaxy 6 Edge with the new nougat update! I really hate it and would like to revert back to 6.0.1. That was more stable. Is it possible to go back to the previous OS?

    Camera crashes – This is the normal camera app that comes with nougat.

    Very strange problem : It randomly starts doing things itself (not connected to 4g/wifi), like going to “recently used apps”. It starts going through each app, then back to “recently used app”. It feels as though someone else is controlling the device. However please note that its not connected to the wifi or the 4g network.

    Also, does anyone else finds that it HOGS your wifi connection? Like really throttles it? To a point where your WIFI connection hangs until you turn the WIFI off on the phone.

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  50. DEEPANSHU

    05/09/2017 at 3:38 am

    After upgrading to nougat on my s6 edge the pro mode stopped working! What to do?????

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