I ended up taking my phone to a Best Buy that has a Samsung Experience kiosk and they were able to re-flash the update to the phone. May work to fix the messaging issues.
Spell boi, 22 Jun 2017I think you mean *we're* not "where". It would be helpful if you learnt how to speak properly.hahaha
AnonD-678948, 21 Jun 2017My husband and I both have the unlocked s7 edge and there messages are messing up too. Always ... moreI think you mean *we're* not "where". It would be helpful if you learnt how to speak properly.
AnonD-678948, 21 Jun 2017My husband and I both have the unlocked s7 edge and there messages are messing up too. Always ... moreHi, could you please tell us what country you are in and what software update/updates you downloaded? this information may help other users
My husband and I both have the unlocked s7 edge and there messages are messing up too. Always saying its failed but goes threw (Takes forever for the message to claim it failed.) Since the recent update. I'm now starting to have my calls sound terrible and my music is jacked up too (not the right artiest and so on. Did the factory reset and so on, Nothing works, hope they fix it soon. Where about to leave Samsung for good.
AnonD-671469, 19 Jun 2017Hi. I've just received an update notification (1293.02MB) for my galaxy s7 edge. I running MM.... moreHi.
As long as the software update is showing in your phones own software update settings section it'll be ok to update.
Usually on going through the process a pop-up type box it tells you what's involved.
Be sure to create a back up first.
If a phone glitches after an update I'd suggest to first power down the phone and go through the process to clear the system caches.
And if you need to then create a back up and factory reset.
Hi. I've just received an update notification (1293.02MB) for my galaxy s7 edge. I running MM. should i install it or not?
AnonD-678229, 18 Jun 2017mine too. Samsung UK suggested I "Wipe Cache Partition" but that didn't help. Anyone got an... moreHi, is it possible to return your phone to where you purchased it? If you bought it recently and it's under warranty I would take it back and ask for a replacement (not what you want to hear I'm sure but it may be the quickest way to get your problem sorted) Did you try a full factory reset?? again probably not what you want to hear but a reset can be a remedy to a lot of android problems. Who is your carrier if you don't mind me asking?
AnonD-677840, 17 Jun 2017I installed the new update.. And now my phone is freaking glitching out, and won't load anythi... moremine too. Samsung UK suggested I "Wipe Cache Partition" but that didn't help.
Anyone got any suggestions?
AnonD-670999, 18 Jun 2017Yes... You can research these updates before installing them (that's what I do) In fact Vodafo... morewell... i do research after being fkd once or twice! haha!
and congrats.. ur lucky enuff to use all that available to u... i only hav forums like these!
Rick, 14 Jun 2017I'm having the same issues with texts failing but sending on an unlocked s7 Edge. Has anyone f... moreThis happened to me after latest update on my Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (unlocked/Straight Talk). Test messaging WILL. NOT. WORK. I have done both soft and hard resets (during which I lost all of my text messages since 2014), uninstalled and re-installed text msg apps, and messages fail to send and receive. Need this to function - my boss likes to text! Any info appreciated.
AnonD-667131, 17 Jun 2017No... its not always on the positive side.. talkin about the OTA updates! Sometimes phone real... moreYes... You can research these updates before installing them (that's what I do) In fact Vodafone uk has a dedicated software weekly wrap which gives you information on: New software versions... software update type (stability/security patch/bug fixes)... status (Testing schedule, when the update is being rolled out to a particular device and MOST importantly whether any issues were found during testing) and also the technical details such as Baseband version, Kernel version and Build number. It pays to research but a lot of people don't do that.
AnonD-670999, 17 Jun 2017Cornie, don't be so silly. I'ts common sense not to risk it and download something if you're a... moreNo... its not always on the positive side.. talkin about the OTA updates! Sometimes phone really gets fkd up by these updates!
But.. there r always hopes of getting the phone better by these updates and so we keep looking forward to it! Just like me.. trying to find all about the latest 212 mb update - DQE7.. SM-G935FD, INDIA!
Cornie, 14 Jun 2017Ilsonlad, this is typical of people who don't think before they write and post such comments. ... moreCornie, don't be so silly. I'ts common sense not to risk it and download something if you're already happy with what you have. And if you are not happy with the software version you have and hope a new one will be better, then it's up to you whether or not you want to chance/risk it (after all the nightmare stories you are reading) and as i said in a previous post "As long as the software update is showing in your phones own software update settings section it should be OK to update"
I installed the new update.. And now my phone is freaking glitching out, and won't load anything! That and any time I try to watch a video I took the screen goes black and nothing happens. I've NEVER had a single problem with my S7 until now 😡
It suuuucks, Samsung. Whatever you guys did to update the software is no bueno. My s6 is soooo laggy now, facebook lags and crashes, email settings are not working properly anymore, keyboard continues to change words for no reason...??? Like why? Never had an issue before the update but now it just doesn't work properly post update. Don't update crap that ain't broken yo!
At least 2 apps have stopped working completely, another has slowed down noticeably. Uninstalling and re-installing doesn't work.
I got 2 different models both with the same "Sending Failed" for every text message.
This happened right away with the new May 1st security patch update. Anyone able to resolve this issue? I tried "forcing closing" multiple of times, rebooting the phone, and even wiping the cache partition and still the same issue. Pretty sure the issue is linked to the "Messages" app only.