Oreo update for U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note8 leaks online

Oreo update for U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note8 leaks online


Now, it is official that the Android 8.1 has just escaped from the Beta version, and the manufacturers are expected to work on the newer version if they do care.

AT&T has started to release the Android 8.1 software update for the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. The update weighs around 40MB for the Pixel 2 and 43MB for the Pixel 2 XL. Share your thoughts and your concerns about the new update via the comment box below. The company seems to be testing Android 8.0 on unlocked Snapdragon-powered Galaxy Note 8 units in the US.

As for what's changing, this update includes the December security patch, hamburger emoji fix, and more. So if you know how to install an update manually on an Android device, you can simply download it and can update them right now before getting the stable update via OTA for your device.

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Today, Pixel 2 XL users on AT&T began receiving the Android 8.1 OTA after the initial rollout on Tuesday. You can turn on the HD Voice Call feature by going to Settings Network & Internet Mobile Networks Advanced Calling.

The new API system is said to help software developers in adding machine learning functions into their apps. Fast means you can do pretty much anything including streaming most videos, while Very Fast means you are good to go and can do all you need including streaming very high-quality videos. After this, by following some basic instructions, you can update your device with Android 8.1 Operating System.

However, there are no words on what devices and when those devices will get the update. That update caused incompatibility between the System Update code and the Checkin code.

  • Kyle Warner