Android Oreo Rolls Out to Galaxy Note 8
The Android Oreo update (finally!) Has begun rolling out to the Galaxy Note 8.
If you purchased the Note 8 from a carrier, the update time will depend on the carrier, not Samsung. So far, AT&T and Verizon users have started seeing the update, as well as a few Sprint users, according to The Verge, citing several other tech blogs and Reddit.
A T-Mobile spokesperson recently tweeted that its Oreo update has been approved and could begin rolling out to users as early as tonight.
If automatic updates are not set up for your device, you can find out if they are available to you by going to Settings on your phone and selecting Software Update.
These things usually unfold in waves, so if you don’t see it right now, try again in the next few days and it should be there.
And keep in mind that installing it will disable your phone for a few minutes. The installation requires a reboot of the phone. You can also schedule the installation at the time you choose from this software update menu so that you can configure it to happen at some time, for example, at 2 a.m. while you sleep, and wake up with a new one. Android version in the morning.