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Remember just being connected to 'network A' or 'network B' isn't what dictates what update channel you're on.

Devices that come direct from 'network A' or 'network B' will all carry their own unique signature for that network and slightly different updates may come through at slightly different times (eg, 'network A' may need some small changes that 'network B' doesn't), whereas an 'open market' device will get their updates direct from Samsung - they can push out updates as and when they want.

We know our S6 customers want Nougat and we'll do what we can to get it to you as soon as we're able to, but we have no ETA for when we expect to receive this update.

What we can tell you however is that today we've approved a new security update which we hope you'll see available soon.

I tried opening the page in a different browser and it worked.

My original browser updated the page too although I don't think it's a browser cache issue.

I've been following this instructions: So far I've created the local repo and pushed it to Git Hub, but, whatever change I do, I can see it in my repo at Git Hub but NOT in my Git Hub page. , the Git Hub Pages page is missing or not getting updated.

The report also added that the Android 7.0 build is seeing much improved and smoother performance on the Galaxy S7 series compared to the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software currently available to the public.

Samsung's got plenty of trouble on its plate with the Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery fiasco and recall, a blunder that's expected to cost the firm

The report also added that the Android 7.0 build is seeing much improved and smoother performance on the Galaxy S7 series compared to the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software currently available to the public.

Samsung's got plenty of trouble on its plate with the Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery fiasco and recall, a blunder that's expected to cost the firm $1.5 billion. In terms of the Android N update, expect that to be delayed for the Galaxy Note 7 due to all this faff.

But in addition Samsung has stated it expects at least an extra two or three months development time on top of its usual for Android N on the Galaxy Note 7 due to how complicated it will be tying together new Android N features with the Galaxy Note 7's new functionality and S-Pen stuff.

As for the Galaxy S7 flagship series, both phones have been spotted in large numbers running Nougat on the Geekbench database, suggesting Samsung is in a mass testing phase for the software update.

That still could mean there's a good few months left of development time though, given how long it took the Galaxy S6 to update to Android M (5 months) we're thinking Q1 2017 is fairly likely.

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The report also added that the Android 7.0 build is seeing much improved and smoother performance on the Galaxy S7 series compared to the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software currently available to the public.Samsung's got plenty of trouble on its plate with the Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery fiasco and recall, a blunder that's expected to cost the firm $1.5 billion. In terms of the Android N update, expect that to be delayed for the Galaxy Note 7 due to all this faff.But in addition Samsung has stated it expects at least an extra two or three months development time on top of its usual for Android N on the Galaxy Note 7 due to how complicated it will be tying together new Android N features with the Galaxy Note 7's new functionality and S-Pen stuff.As for the Galaxy S7 flagship series, both phones have been spotted in large numbers running Nougat on the Geekbench database, suggesting Samsung is in a mass testing phase for the software update.That still could mean there's a good few months left of development time though, given how long it took the Galaxy S6 to update to Android M (5 months) we're thinking Q1 2017 is fairly likely.

.5 billion. In terms of the Android N update, expect that to be delayed for the Galaxy Note 7 due to all this faff.

But in addition Samsung has stated it expects at least an extra two or three months development time on top of its usual for Android N on the Galaxy Note 7 due to how complicated it will be tying together new Android N features with the Galaxy Note 7's new functionality and S-Pen stuff.

As for the Galaxy S7 flagship series, both phones have been spotted in large numbers running Nougat on the Geekbench database, suggesting Samsung is in a mass testing phase for the software update.

That still could mean there's a good few months left of development time though, given how long it took the Galaxy S6 to update to Android M (5 months) we're thinking Q1 2017 is fairly likely.