Samsung has just issued another stability update for the unlocked models of Galaxy S7 and its Edge sibling in the UK. The release comes less than a week after a 15.13MB stability update was made available for the S7 Edge.

The new stability update is slightly bigger than the previous one, coming in at 98MB. Upon installing the update on your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, you should see the build versions G930FXXU1DQB3 or G935FXXU1DQB3.

The update brings stability improvements and bug fixes to the new features such as Always on Display, Blue Light Filter and multi-window support that were introduced to Android 7.0 last month, according to Sammobile. Users are advised to keep the Galaxy phone updated with the latest firmware version to get the best out of the device.

Also note that the temperature of the device might temporarily increase during the software update due to the data download and other associated behaviour.

Galaxy S7, S7 Edge stability improvement update
Samsung seeding a new stability improvement update for the S7 series Getty Images/Jung Yeon-JE

To check the current version of your phone, head over to Settings>> About device>> Software Updates. When the new firmware is available in your region, you should receive a notification about it. Just pull down the notification bar and press the Software Update to start the update.