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Samsung`s Galaxy S21 series apparently still lacks Android`s seamless
January 25, 2021, 12:30 pm
Samsung`s Galaxy S21 series apparently still lacks Android`s seamless updates feature by
I`m good. Samsung doesn`t have to do this. Instead of caring about this why not demand Google to push better optimization, better tablet and android apps. I`m not going to rail on samsung about an optimal feature when there really not enough storage to support it.
Switch to iPhone Know the Power of shortcuts This is where the importance of OEM`s allowing the bootloader to be unlocked & relocked with custom cryptographic keys comes to our benefit. We don`t have to be at the mercy of the OEM`s to keep our device updated & secure. Sadly, only a few devices support it.
Good. A/B provides little no input in user experience with the cost of storage space. You get updates once a month, roughly. You probably leave your phone to do it`s updates for few minutes. You could probably listen to many songs downloaded everyday with saved storage.
I got Android 11 on my Note 20 Ultra 5G pretty quick faster than my S9 Plus got Android 10 so I don`t see that that is at all true and besides I don`t care for updates on day 1, I`d rather the majority of bugs and glitches to be ironed out so I have a better experience with it.
I have the feature in my Motorola One Fusion Plus.
One of the main reasons why I dont use Samsung has my daily driver, the software consistency is Just nonexistent
Thought said they did have it?
9to5Google trying hard to represent Pixel phones are hardcore Flagship phones
Typical. This is one of the reasons why Android continues to be fragmented. Google has to have more enforcement of its guidelines so that consumers can have a great experience across devices.