Samsung’s Galaxy S8 has been plagued by a lot of issues lately, and that includes a problem that’s causing Samsung to issue a slew of updates to fix the issue.
But now, a new problem is causing the company to issue more than just a few updates.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 was the first smartphone to come with a faulty SD card reader, and the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have been known to also have problems.
Samsung’s update on the Galaxy Note 8, however, is more severe.
The company’s latest update to its Galaxy Note8 is reportedly causing the issue with its new SD card readers, as well as a number of other Samsung devices.
According to the Verge, Samsung is now working to fix a number other problems on the company’s Galaxy smartphones, including issues with the screen on the device, which sometimes flickers.
Samsung also recently updated its TouchWiz mobile operating system to fix bugs related to the fingerprint reader, which the company has also found to be a problem on the Note8.
We have reached out to Samsung for comment, and will update this post with any response.