Galaxy S7, S7 Edge bug fix update
Samsung releases bug fix update for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Samsung

Alongside making the Android marshmallow update available for its Galaxy range devices, Samsung has just begun seeding a bug fix software update for the Galaxy S7 and the curved-screen S7 Edge.

Samsung has provided a very detailed changelog about what has been fixed in this release. It brings improvement to the functions. It changed the icon location cycle to improve the screen clarity when Always On Display is used. Apart from this, the update fixes the occasional cover recognition issue and also the video playback flickering issue that appears after the recording.

The update further addresses an issue where the power saving could not be disabled when Google Now is running and you will no longer face problems saving files to the SD card. Improvements in this update might differ depending on the phone model, country and service provider. The update has been first spotted by folks at Sammobile.

The OTA update weighing 332MB for Galaxy S7 and 353MB for the S7 Edge brings build version FXXU1APE9 for the phones. Just head over to Settings>> About device to download the update.

You should also notice some improvement for Always On Display for the S7 series. Recently, an update has been rolled out to the Always On Display feature. You can now set duration for the features to stay enabled. This is a useful feature and you can limit the Always On Display feature to customise interval and save battery life.

Even the Night Clock feature has received an update. Night clock can be now enabled for up to 18 hours. If you have enabled both Always On Display and Night Clock together, the phone will display the night clock. The Dual Clock option has been changed to world clock in the regular clock app. You will have now four clocks enabled from different regions.