What carrier in Canada are you using? Does your S7 cover all the frequency bands? Are you getting good reception/coverage?
Fajroel, 26 Dec 2017excuse me, 2 months ago i have bought s7 for USA version and i got T-mobile. i was live in ind... moreI am experiencing the same thing as you however as far as I am reading some articles about battery drain after update to Nougat it actually exist neither Snapdragon 820 or exynos variant all I can say is since Samsung included a device maintenance for the phone you can see it under settings/ device maintenance you can choose battery life performance i set mine to Mid it will give you at least 12 to 13hrs of battery but keep in mind it depends on how you use it you can also customize it the way you want it. Me I use mine heavily when I`m home and got nothing to do because the charger is just around the corner on my way to work I use it a bit heavy by playing some games while on the way and at the same time listening to music by the end of the day i get home with 40 to 30% battery thats better i believe. compared before I`m on my 15% and thats half way going home. plus make sure all the apps you don`t use put it to sleep so it does not hog battery performance matter of fact set it all to auto sleep then just use it only when you need it.
excuse me, 2 months ago i have bought s7 for USA version and i got T-mobile. i was live in indonesian, i have a question is the s7 T-mobile version which used Snapdragon 820 have draining battery issues? because my phone have that issues and please tell me the solution to fix this issues. thanks a lot
I just got my s7 yesterday and I did not know it's a US version.. till I boot it up.. I live in Canada and this T mobile version works great. Unfortunately the only way to take out those bloated apps from T mobile is to root it up. So I just disabled them Instead of rooting.. I held the exynos variant and it's a bit better in terms of performance. Snapdragon chipset has tendency of lags from time to time.
I've a s7 t mobile pre owned device running nougat. I'm unable to connect it to computer using data cable on windows 10. I've used multiple cables, changed device developer option to media transfer, tuned on device visibility. But on connect I can only see charging option. No other option is viable at all. Any suggestions please. Thanks.
SoNic, 29 Mar 2017Band 17 is replaced now by the Band 12, since FCC forced AT&T to allow interoperability.
... moreThanks for the update.
There are lots of areas on band 17 and hopefully interoperability will work everywhere.
I know this phone is old news by now.
Just people make sure your Android is updated to at least the 7.0.
Comes out of the box with 6.0.1.
Install Samsung Kies if you have to and do it from your PC.
Other than the S8 with it's Asymetrical infinity display and the SoC 835 processor, the 7 is the same phone. The 930-A also just lacks the LTE 700 (Band 17) for AT&T. Not a dealbreaker though.
s7 does have the radio chip installed, probably just didn't work for the reviewer with his third-world cell service. both s7 and s7 edge have radio issues depending on the carrier's restrictive OS variant
I have galaxy SM-G930V from Verizon-. but I am not fully satisfied. because it has poor audio quality and no FM Radio Option. Disgusting.
It would be a more complete description if the mhz etc were listed.
Just got my self a G930V. I'm wondering, can I flash the latest Nougat stock rom via Odin? Because I can't see any "Update Device" at all. I don't wanna stuck at Android 6.0 forever. And if I perform it, would I face any difficulty if I'm using it outside of USA? Your kind feed back are much appreciated.
I bought a S7 g930A from AT&T , but it did not come with the preloaded microsoft suite and therefore I can't access the free 100GB in onedrive ..... why?
I have the Galaxy S7 J700FD android but require call recorder that works. Can you recommend any and settings. On my previous S4 mini it worked perfectly without issues. Thanks