I just got Oreo 8.0 on my V20. It took 3 hours on a Wi-Fi signal. Just thought other AT&T users would be happy. I am surprised as major updates usually are dispensed at the beginning of the week. Today is Thursday
Usually people would clear the system cache after an OS update (factory reset is the best idea). Can you explain what the differences are with the old version and Oreo? 1. Is there an option to change the screen resolution? 2. Are there any features REMOVED or changed? Such as data on/off toggle shortcut. 3. Any reason you find not to upgrade? (Slower performance, battery drain, ugly UI changes, etc.)
I don't have a sim of at&t some way to update?Hey guys remember: you MUST have an active AT&T SIM otherwise you cannot update it (unless you manually update it through recovery mode and flash it). If you do have one and the update is not showing up, you may have to check again in 24 hours as AT&T limits the amount of downloads to reduce network jamming (tip: just set the date manually ahead of time).
One of the things Oreo (and Pie) do is track background battery usage. Exchange is a service used to work with Microsoft Exchange email servers. If you are not using a corporate or private email service using Exchange then go into the apps, find it (there's a Google extension to Gmail for it) and disable it.I'm getting a message that exchange is using battery. I have no idea what that means.