Updating firmware on samsung galaxy s
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And with the Android 8.0 Oreo update on the horizon, we are once more bombarded with questions. If you’re looking for all the latest news about Samsung’s Galaxy and Android Oreo, scroll down past these lists to find all headlines with related news. Tracking Samsung’s Android updates over a long period of time, it is clear many series and devices always get two major OS upgrades, before continuing with security updates only.
One of the first things you should do is create a backup of your existing firmware, data, and apps.
To do that, just click the "Backup" button near the bottom of the screen, then wait about 10 minutes for the process to complete.
It should be noted that, while you won't lose any data by updating your device, you will indeed lose root if you were previously rooted.
As of right now, developers are still working out the kinks for rooting Android 5.1.1 on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, so you may not be able to re-root for a little while.