Samsung Music update brings Android 8.0 Oreo support

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Samsung is gradually updating some of its apps with support for Android 8.0 Oreo. This means that these apps will be compatible with the Android 8.0 Oreo update the day that it’s released for all users. Samsung has released a new update for Samsung Music today and the app has also received support for Android 8.0 Oreo.

Samsung Music supports Oreo

The Smart Switch app was one of the first Samsung apps to be updated with Oreo support two months ago. It was even before the Android 8.0 Oreo open beta program was launched for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

Samsung Connect was next in line and it also received support two months back. Samsung VR was updated just two weeks ago with support for Oreo as well as Samsung’s new Galaxy A8 (2018) handsets.

The Samsung Music update rolling out today weighs in at just over 26MB. It bumps up the version number to 16.2.08.22. Aside from Android 8.0 Oreo support, it adds an alphabet scroll index, shuffle play and brings the ability to turn off the edge light on supported models.

The update is rolling out now via Galaxy Apps so you can get it right away. Still no word from Samsung about when it’s going to release Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to the public.

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mani0608
16 days 6 hours ago
mani0608

Streaming music from “Samsung cloud” will be a nice addition…

punitverma2010
16 days 10 hours ago
punitverma2010

Can someone tell me if control on lockscreen is working on none lock?

deardevil
16 days 12 hours ago
deardevil

meanwhile We still waiting for Samsung Pay across Europe….

tailgunner9
16 days 15 hours ago
tailgunner9

Samsung almost Always late with New firmware for its phones and it is the Biggest Android maker of phones!!!!

speedyranger
16 days 15 hours ago
speedyranger

sorry, but I don’t understand the purpose of edge light(the lights is circular and change color when change the track, don’t follow the rhythm of song)… maybe someone can tell me.
many thanks!

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