“An apparent bug is driving at least some users [of Samsung’s Galaxy S7] up a wall,” Nicholas Deleon reports for Motherboard.
“Several Galaxy S7 users have noted on places like Reddit and Android Central (an Android enthusiast website and message board) that the smartphone frequently has difficulty maintaining a Wi-Fi connection, causing, among other issues, Samsung’s flagship smartphone to not reliably sync Gmail when connected to Wi-Fi,” Deleon reports. “Motherboard’s own test unit—well, the one that we didn’t accidentally break—also exhibits this behavior, and does not reliably download data, including syncing Gmail, when connected to Wi-Fi.”
Deleon reports, “Customer complaints date back to the launch of the Galaxy S7 on March 11…”
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MacDailyNews Take: More derivative junk from beleaguered Samsung. Now they’re even copying Apple’s Wi-Fi issues that have finally been fixed after far too long.
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