It’s now over a month since Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users started receiving the new Android 7.0 Nougat update on their phones.
The first Galaxy S7 user to see the update was reported on January 12, but this was only happening for those who were part of the Galaxy Beta Program. Less than a week later, the OS started making its way to the rest of the S7 family – this was on January 17. Apparently, the market in question above is the U.S., and since then, a few other markets have followed suit and rolled out the update, including India, the UK, China, and Turkey.
Now, according to Samsung-centric website Sam Mobile, those in Turkey can also grab the latest Android 7.0 Nougat firmware from their servers. Other than installing the Nougat OS, this firmware also adds this month’s Android Security Patch to the phone. Directly installing the firmware will eliminate the need to wait for the OTA update to Android 7.0 Nougat, at least for those who have yet to receive it. The rest of the Samsung Galaxy family can also check out for their phone’s firmware here.