Sprint HTC One M9 Nougat Update Rolling Out

Sprint Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge Receiving Nougat Update

Sprint Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge Receiving Nougat Update

Software version number 4.27.651.4 is being rolled out by Sprint for the HTC One M9.

Nougat is continuing its rollout to existing devices this week, as several Samsung phones in the U.S. are receiving their updates to the latest major Android release.

To check your Note 5 or S6 edge+ for updates, go into Settings About phone Software update Check for updates. Now it looks like they will be enjoying cutting-edge software as well, as Samsung appears to be testing the newest Android 7.1 Nougat update for the S8 even before they start reaching store shelves.

If you are on Sprint's HTC One M9, there's also some good news for you as the carrier is rolling out the latest Android 7.0 Nougat to the 2015 flagship. Apparently all is not well with Galaxy S7 owners who have made the jump from Marshmallow to Android 7.0 Nougat. While the Sprint update page doesn't quite detail it yet, Android Police says numerous users are reporting the download is hitting their phone. The update is coming in over the air and it brings the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS to the phablets.

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AT&T's changelog for the Galaxy S6 edge+ has been updated with build number NRD90M at 1.51GB. Given that this phone is now over two years old, don't get too optimistic about Android O. Besides the updated Android OS build, the update includes the February 2017 security update and system performance enhancements.

Aside from the standard features that come with Nougat, Samsung is including its own layer of additional functionality.

If you're looking for a carrier to avoid as far as future updates are concerned, you might consider steering clear of AT&T.

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