Samsung has rolled out the fourth Android Nougat beta for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The update removes the Samsung Notes app that was just added in the previous beta update.

There is no word on why Samsung chose to remove this app after including it among pre-installed software. However, users can download the Samsung Notes app again from the Galaxy Apps store or Google Play store. This action is recommended for frequent users, as the update will delete all Samsung Notes data. Users can also backup notes on their Samsung account to prevent losing them while installing the fourth beta.

Outside of this change the beta include various bug fixes and a performance boost, according to the system changelog. Samsung was also testing out a new name for its custom user interface, calling the software Samsung Experience; however, that name is now missing from the device settings.

The latest software us build ZPLH and is 280 MB in size, hitting handsets wirelessly if users are registered for the Samsung beta program.

Samsung is expected to begin rolling out official Android 7.1.1 Nougat software sometime between December and January. Unlocked handsets will likely update first, while carrier models may not see Nougat until early to mid 2017.