This guide will show you how to change your system update from wifi to mobile data on a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.1. From the Home screen, tap Apps.2. Tap Settings.3. Under System updates, tap Mobile data update settings.4. Tap Update now if you want to download and install the latest system update over mobile data instead of wifi5. If you don't want to download and install the latest system update over mobile data, tap Install now and choose whether to install it over wifi or mobile data6. To finish setting up your system update, tap OK7. When prompted, enter your password8. The next time you connect to a wi-fi network, your phone will try to find and use the new network settings9.(Optional) To manually check for updates every day:10a In Settings > System updates > Check for updates daily: (check box), select Start checking today11b If an update is available, Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge will notify you and ask if you want to download and install it12c If an update is not available, Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge will remain in its current state13d You can repeat this step every day at any time until an updated system software is installed14e After downloading and installing an updated system software using steps 10a through 13d above, please reboot your device15f Go back into Settings > System updates > Mobile data update settings16g Re-enable Automatic Updates17h Restart your device18i Once restarted go back into Settings>System Updates>Mobile Data UpdateSettings19j Clear all previous selections20k Select Auto-update now21l Your phone will start updating automatically22m If there are no more updates available then Auto-update now should be greyed out

If automatic updating isn't working properly on your phone because of a problem with your internet connection or because of a blockage caused by another app then follow these steps:1 Disable auto-updates temporarily by going into Settings -> System Updates -> Automatic Updates -> Uncheck the box2 Refresh Google Play Store (or App Store)3 Disable auto-updates permanently by going into Settings -> System Updates -> Automatic Updates -> Turn off Enable automatic downloads4 Reboot your device5 Try re-enabling auto-updates again6 If that doesn't work then contact customer service

How do I change my system updater from WiFi only mode to 3G/4G/LTE mode?This guide shows how easy it is for users who have upgraded their devices from Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS version onwards., On some older devices such as Android 2 Froyo OS version certain features may not be accessible even after upgrading their devices firmware due either lack of support from OEMs or fragmentation within Android OS versions themselves.. Follow these simple steps below in order to enable 3G/4G/LTE mode on most modern android phones.