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Decide If Manually Installing Android Pie is Worth It

Decide If Manually Installing Android Pie is Worth It

If you're starting to feel impatient, you might be thinking about installing an unofficial version of Android Pie on your Galaxy S7. We don't blame you. 

That said, like any software update, these ROMs come with their own set of problems. And often times, the problems are far more annoying than the bugs on board the official software. 

Common issues include missing features, app compatibility problems, performance issues including severe battery drain, crashes, boot loops, and the potential to brick your phone. 

Developers will refine these ROMs over time, but many of them do this for free in their spare time so updates/bug fixes can be infrequent and support sometimes lags. 

So while you might be tempted to install an unofficial version right now, make sure you don't rush into anything. Dig into feedback, compare your options, and ask questions if you need to. 

Many of you will want to stay put on Android Oreo. 

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