How to get Android 8.0 Oreo on Galaxy S8

How to get Android 8.0 Oreo on Galaxy S8

Finally Good News for Samsung S8 and S8+ Users !!

Samsung recently launched a Beta Programme for Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners to test the upcoming Experience 9.0, a customised version of the latest Android 8.0 Oreo that is created specifically for Upcoming Latest Galaxy flagship smartphone,  the Galaxy S9.


How to get Android 8.0 Oreo on Galaxy S8

According to early release notes, the Experience 9.0 comprises Android 8.0 Oreo’s architectural improvements, including notification badges, contextual actions when you long-press an app icon, higher sound quality and other performance enhancements. There are some Samsung own additions as well like a GIF keyboard, more flexible Samsung Cloud file storage included in the OS.

Samsung specifically said that the beta programme in South Korea is available. In the USA, OS is available for Galaxy S8 and S8+ users using either Sprint or T-Mobile network, or using an unlocked version for the US market. In the UK, the programme supports only an open market device or an operator unlocked version.

For those users who meet the above criteria, here’s a step-by-step guide to help them get the Android 8.0 Oreo beta on their Galaxy S8 and S8+:

Step 1: Download the Samsung+ app from Google Play. For those who live outside US, get the Samsung Members app.

Step 2: Sign in with your Samsung Account, and get the device registered to your account.

Step 3: Wait until the Samsung+ app shows a prompt on the main screen where you can register to participate.

Step 4: Accept all the terms of the beta programme.

Step 5: Once successfully registered, navigate to SettingsSoftware update and Download updates manually to download the OTA.

If you still face any problems , ping me anytime. I will be happy to help you out.

Meanwhile, check this Ransomware post to be safe in your new OS.

Sayonara !!

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