In fact, as the phones start to age we’re starting to see more and more Galaxy S7 problems emerge.
With that in mind, below we’ll look at some common Galaxy S7 problems and offer tips on how to fix them.
After a few years of using a phone and several updates sometimes all you need is a fresh start.
Out of the box, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have something called “Briefing” when you swipe left on the home screen. No matter what software you have on your Galaxy S7, you’ll benefit from disabling the Briefing app and home screen.
Our list covers some of the most common Galaxy S7 problems including weird battery drain, Wi Fi complaints, SD card issues, camera failures or glitches, and other performance issues.
Before we start talking about problems and fixes, we want to mention Oreo.
Owners have mentioned slow Wi Fi performance, drops, or speeds so slow they can’t even load a website or Facebook unless they turn off Wi Fi.
This happens on occasion with most devices and you can quickly fix it by rebooting the phone.
The Galaxy S7 Oreo update delivers a slew of exciting new features, adds improvements to performance, battery life, picture-in-picture mode and much more.
Samsung also addressed several problems you’re likely facing.
Samsung recently started the Galaxy S7 Android 8 Oreo update in May of 2018, and by now almost everyone has it.
As we push towards the fall of 2018 your S7 or S7 Edge will run better than ever with this new software.