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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update out once more

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Last updated: May 14th, 2018 at 10:31 UTC+02:00

The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update was released on the very first day of April but the rollout was halted a couple of days later. We reported on April 3 that the carrier had decided to put the Oreo release for the Galaxy Note 8 on hold. It didn't provide any information on the reason why it was now the only carrier in the United States not to have Oreo out for all Note 8 users on its network.

Galaxy Note 8 owners on T-Mobile will be delighted to know that the update is rolling out once again. T-Mobile is finally rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy Note 8 on its network.

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update

T-Mobile is now rolling out firmware version N950USQU4CRD7 for the Galaxy Note 8. Even though we're halfway through the month of May and the latest security patch has already been detailed, this particular firmware update still comes with the April 2018 security patch. The update is available for download from our firmware section.

Those who were able to get on Oreo before the carrier halted the release will see a relatively small firmware update that weighs in at 344MB. Those who are still running Android 7.1.1 Nougat on their Galaxy Note 8 will get a 1.3GB update that's finally going to bump up their handset to the latest iteration of Android.

T-Mobile has also updated its support page for the handset to reflect that the Oreo update for the Galaxy Note 8 is now being rolled out. The changelog for those who got the update initially merely mentions that this firmware brings bug fixes and performance improvements.

With the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update rolling out for good now, it's only a matter of time before all users on the carrier are able to get a taste of Oreo. The update is being rolled out in phases so it's going to take a couple of days for it to go live for everyone.

Have you received the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update already? Let us know in the comments below.

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