With that in mind, we want to take a broad look at the Android Nougat issues affecting Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
This guide to Galaxy Nougat problems provides a look at the current climate, some resources for those of you running into trouble, and a peek at what’s next from Google and Samsung.
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.
We’re also seeing complaints about broken Wi-Fi, issues with notifications, weird battery drain, and lag.
We expect the list of Android 7.0 Nougat issues to grow as new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Android Nougat updates hit devices around the world.
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 the latest version of Android Nougat on your smartphone or tablet.
To help, 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.