Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Mobile Galaxy Note 8 getting Android Oreo again

T-Mobile's Note 8 Oreo update is Live. According to T-Mo, some V30 owners began having issues after installing the update, and the reports were significant enough to get T-Mobile's software test team to halt the update while they investigate the problem. We reported on April 3 that the carrier had chose to put the Oreo release for the Galaxy Note 8 on hold.

It looks like the Galaxy Note 8 isn't the only T-Mobile device to have its Android Oreo update halted.

Just when LG V30 owners in the US were rejoicing about the Android 8.0 Oreo rollout to their handsets last Friday, T-Mobile cut their celebrations short by halting the release of the update on Saturday.

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With the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update rolling out for good now, it's only a matter of time before all users on the carrier are able to get a taste of Oreo. Even though we're halfway through the month of May and the latest security patch has already been detailed, this particular firmware update still comes with the April 2018 security patch.

Sadly, the update was found to be problematic by some users who managed to download and install the update during its rollout. The update weighs in at nearly 2.4GB which is not surprising given that it's a major Android platform update. If you have a Mate SE and haven't yet received the update, be sure to head over to your settings to check for it. The update is also being rolled out in phases so some parts of the United States could be getting it a little later.

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