How do I do a software update on a Samsung Galaxy J7 Crown without wifi?

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How can I do a software update on a Samsung Galaxy J7 Crown without wifi?

I've looked through the settings and I can't find anything that simply allows me to download without wifi. Is there something I'm just reading over or is it supposed to prompt me with something, etc.?
 

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Re: How can I do a software update on a Samsung Galaxy J7 Crown without wifi?

I've looked through the settings and I can't find anything that simply allows me to download without wifi. Is there something I'm just reading over or is it supposed to prompt me with something, etc.?
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I've looked through the settings and I can't find anything that simply allows me to download without wifi. Is there something I'm just reading over or is it supposed to prompt me with something, etc.?
 

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Actually, just "forgetting" that particular connection, then setting it up again, will do the same thing, without deleting any other connections that have been set up. (Many routers use the same name [SSID], so it it was set up on another router with that name, it wouldn't connect unless the connection is forgotten and re-entered. Of course, if you use a few WiFi signals with the same name but different security or password, you have a problem. People should always change the default SSID of their router.)
 

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Actually, just "forgetting" that particular connection, then setting it up again, will do the same thing, without deleting any other connections that have been set up. (Many routers use the same name [SSID], so it it was set up on another router with that name, it wouldn't connect unless the connection is forgotten and re-entered. Of course, if you use a few WiFi signals with the same name but different security or password, you have a problem. People should always change the default SSID of their router.)

Nah, I'm trying to update without wifi. We don't have wifi at the moment, but I'll be visiting a friend of mine so I can just update it there I guess
 

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