A month after the first Galaxy S8 Oreo update rolled out, Samsung started dishing out the same dessert to the Galaxy Note 8. The update has since spread wings to multiple markets across the globe, including the U.S. and India, among others.
However, software updates take time, sometimes days or weeks, and in cases of major OS upgrades, months before they arrive on all units in question. This is perhaps the reason your Galaxy Note 8 is still running on Android Nougat close to three months since the device started receiving Oreo.
While you can always sit back and wait for the OTA notification to show up on your phone, there’s an alternative route you can take and this route is why we have prepared this post. We don’t want you to keep on envying your friends who have already received Oreo on their Note 8 handset while you don’t know when you’ll get it.
Rather than wait, you can download and install the latest Oreo-based firmware on your Galaxy Note 8 manually. To access the firmware, hit the link below. In case you don’t know how to install the ROM on your Note 8, the same link (below) has a detailed guide on how to install the firmware on your device.
It’s worth noting that the Galaxy Note 8 has multiple variants sold in different markets. Each variant has a specific model number. Before downloading the firmware, make sure that the software version in question matches the phone’s model number.
For those who can’t find their specific model’s firmware, it’s because Samsung hasn’t made it available yet. But when it does, we’ll update our firmware page with the download link(s). In case you bump into any problems following the upgrade to Oreo, be it common issues like random restarts, AOD, battery drain, message delivery, call volume, or even something to do with the Secure Folder, we have them all covered alongside their possible solutions.
As for the all the latest news on software updates for the Galaxy Note 8, we have them all covered in the post below: