How to download Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo beta

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Samsung officially announced the launch of the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo beta earlier today. It didn’t come as a surprise as there have been plenty of leaks already that reveal the changes this firmware brings. I’m sure many of you are curious about how you can download the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 beta on your device.

Bear in mind that Samsung is only offering the beta firmware for the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+. It’s unlikely to be offered for the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung has only launched the beta program in a handful of countries so you’re out of luck if you’re based somewhere else.

How To Download Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo Beta

Samsung has launched the beta program for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners in South Korea, the United States and the United Kingdom today. There will be additional rounds of registration so don’t lose hope if the spots fill up today.

Users in the US must have the Sprint or T-Mobile-locked version of the device or the factory unlocked version. The beta is available for the unlocked version of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in the UK.

A recent report has suggested that the beta will be expanded to Germany, Spain, France, Poland, China and India in the second phase. Samsung hasn’t confirmed this yet so it’s not known how long the wait between the two phases will be.

If you’re based in the markets where the beta has been launched, ensure that you have an active Samsung Account. Registrations for the beta will be live in the Samsung Members or Samsung+ app, depending on the user’s country of residence.

Users have to launch the app and tap on the “Register Galaxy Beta Program” option. Those who don’t have an active Samsung account will be prompted to create an account. The registration would then be complete.

Once the registration process has been completed, users can check for the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo beta from the Software update menu in Settings.

The spots will likely be limited so don’t waste any time in registering if you really want to check out the beta. Samsung is yet to confirm when it’s going to release the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo update to the public.

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fatehi
2 months 12 days ago
fatehi

Hi,,, I’m live out UK ! can you register if Service provider (BTU/BTU/AFR) ??
No exist SIM card UK in my device .. I’m changed CSC and Service provider but when register in beta program there message say ” Your SIM card doesn’t match the service provider software on your phone.”

shahidmanzoor
2 months 11 days ago
shahidmanzoor

How u change csc nd service provider??

shahidmanzoor
2 months 11 days ago
shahidmanzoor

How u change csc nd service

mino3567
1 month 11 days ago
mino3567

turn phone 0ff. take out sim tray. go to recovery with buttons . hold bixiy volume down power when vibrate relase all button. on recovery scroll down to data factory reset .yes with power button. when finish re insert the sim tray with the sim of the country of csc you desire to change. reboot. it will say new sim card detected ned to factory reset again clik on yes . it will reboot again and you will have your new csc region

shahidmanzoor
2 months 11 days ago
shahidmanzoor

How u change csc nd service provider plz???

Cecilebutel
2 months 14 days ago
Cecilebutel

Et pour les Galaxy s7 il nya pas de programme beta oreo merci de me répondre aux plus vite

2 months 14 days ago
Tim Furdui

Users have to launch the app and tap on the “Register Galaxy Beta Program” option.
and where exactly would this option be – as i am UK unlocked – no such option available

morristonm31
2 months 14 days ago
morristonm31

No Beta registration showing in Samsung Members app, anyone in UK got it yet?

DejanKruljac
2 months 14 days ago
DejanKruljac

Nothing yet.

rockykv2
2 months 14 days ago
rockykv2

Note user are always neglected by Samsung i just brought the Note 8 coming from s7 edge.

antonmassoud
2 months 14 days ago
antonmassoud

You should now very well they always start updating the S series before updating the Note

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