Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners registered with the Galaxy Beta Program should be receiving a new Android 7.0 Nougat update. Specifically, the third beta for the Android Nougat flavor is now rolling out to users in the U.K., Sam Mobile reported.
With the third beta version for Android 7.0 Nougat now available, S7 and S7 Edge public testers will be able to customize the Quick Panel toggles, allowing them to pick the layout for the Quick Panel toggles, as well as put the brightness slider at the top of it and back into the main notification shade, the report also explained.
And since it is still in testing stage, bugs and performance issues can be expected. One issue found from the new Android Nougat beta update is that the Samsung smartphone takes longer to light up when a user wakes it up. Although, according to Samsung, it only affected a few Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge units.
The Android Nougat beta 3 update should be available for registered members via an Over-the-Air process. Once a pop-up appears notifying the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge users of the availability of a new firmware update, users can simply follow the on-screen prompts to immediately commence with the download and installation process. But make sure to have a stable Wi-Fi connection for the Nougat update process to go smoothly and to avoid having unwanted data charges. Beta testers can also go to the phone's Settings menu to check if there's a new update available.