After receiving a report from a Samsung customer, a tech reporter on Twitter decided to dig a little deeper.
After spending some time poking around, he found that the Galaxy S7, S7 edge, and S7 and S9 devices all did not appear to show up in the Samsung Developer Dashboard.
He even managed to confirm the Galaxy Note 7’s failure, which may have been due to a hardware flaw in the Note 7 hardware.
But the real story here is how Samsung managed to ship the phones with a software flaw.
The Galaxy S9 and S10 have also been reported to have a software issue that caused them to not display properly when they were first updated, but it’s not clear whether those problems have been resolved.
While Samsung has released updates to fix these issues, Samsung’s stock firmware was updated last month to fix the issue, and it’s possible the problem will be fixed soon.
Samsung has promised to fix its software bugs in a “short amount of time,” and the company has already begun rolling out new software for the S9, S9+, and S11 devices.
This should mean the software issues on the S8, S8+, and Note 7 won’t impact the phones in the future.
But we still haven’t seen anything yet from Samsung to confirm that the Note 8 is working correctly.