T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge getting bug-fixing update


Those rocking a T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge should be getting an update anytime now. The software upgrade brings the device to baseband versionĀ G930TUVU2APC8, which weighs between 146.91 MB and 215.56 MB, depending on which S7 iteration you have (Galaxy S7 Edge is getting the lightest one).


But don’t expect fancy features showing up after the update has concluded. This is more of a maintenance-focused update. Here are the main improvements:

  • Enhanced voice services
  • Samsung Pay updates
  • Various system improvements

Among the “various system improvements” is said to be a bug fix that has been pestering Galaxy S7 users for some time. We actually listed it in a post regarding common issues with these handsets, along with a workaround that allowed you to fix the issue temporarily.

samsung galaxy s7 review aa (17 of 20)See also: 6 problems with the Galaxy S7/Galaxy S7 Edge and how to fix them80

Users have been reporting unresponsive buttons. Namely, the power and volume down keys. This OTA update is said to smash this bug and offer a smoother experience.


Remember these updates don’t always roll out immediately for everyone. Some of you may have to wait a bit more, but you are free to check for updates in the settings.

Have any of you gotten it yet? It would be great if you could share your experience in the comments.

By | 2016-05-02T23:00:08+00:00 May 2nd, 2016|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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