@useruVY1fHNr9E wrote: I received a system update (G930VVRU4BQA4) a few days ago and it is awful. Too many terrible changes to count. Is there a way to go back to the previous version? I agree with this 100%. I have an S7, less than 2 years old (factory-new in late 2016). I stopped doing updates shortly after buying the phone because they were constant and pointless, except to break efficiency habits I'd developed because the interface was unnecessarily tweaked. One day I somehow installed instead of postponed, and the update took away the ability to defer indefinitely. Now I'm literally forced to update ("You may defer this update 9 more times") when Samsung decides they want to change how I use my phone. I'm here right now because an update was forced down my throat today. These small unnecessary changes are all adding up to the same annoying interaction frustrations that drove me away from iphone. Can a provision be made to roll back updates? If not, I'm off the Samsung ship. Among the myriad of unnecessary interface changes that become constant annoyances, 2 specific combined FUNCTIONALITY problems appeared that are beyond frustrating; It's now unacceptably slow, and frequently ignores touches. Where I'd tap to do something before, I now can't tell if it ignored my tap or is just taking forever to respond. In an excel spreadsheet, this drives me to the point that it's unusable and I have to break out the laptop. I have a Fit2 Pro that took a forced update recently, and is now also slow and frequently appears to be locked up. Not to mention the S-Health app updated with interface changes, and a half dozen steps have been added to my daily routine pages. But try tapping "Start" on a stopwatch when you start a sprint, and after you exhaust the energy burst and reach the end, look down to see you suddenly shattered all human records and made your usual 7.3 second run in 2 seconds. Or, the watch just took 5 seconds to respond to "start". I owe Samsung nothing, no reason to stay with them now that my phone has reached upgrade time.
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