Samsung has recently released the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ and the smartphones have had a overwhelming response and the company is finding it hard to manage the demand with its supply. We have also known that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is selling twice as fast as the Samsung Galaxy S7 thanks to its design and overall performance. However, it is not the perfect smartphone. We have seen some problems on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ as well starting from the red-tint issues on the smartphones which the company was quick to acknowledge. Samsung has already fixed that issue but now, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ users have been facing a new issue where the devices get automatically shut down whenever they are connected to bluetooth headphones.
This has been a widespread issue reported by many users of the device and once again Samsung has wuickly addressed this issue. Samsung has patched up this problem with a new update. The update also installs the May security patch, albeit at the nick of time. In addition to that, the update also improves overall performance with system tweaks and lots of other under-the-hood enhancements. Of late, Samsung has kept it consistent when releasing security patches for a whole lot of devices, even its budget sector.
The update is rolling out over the air, so if you haven’t already received the update notification, you can try checking manually in Settings » About» Software update. Also, before downloading the update, ensure that your important files and data are backed up securely, in the event of the update failing. Download over WiFi to save on extra data charges, as the update is pretty big, sized at around 620MB. Make sure that your device has at least 50% charge before installing the update.