In the last few years, thanks to the users’ feedback and Google for making the Android OS more convenient, easy to use. Most importantly, the limitation of providing longer software update support is getting emerged every year.
While most of the OEMs can only offer 2-3 years of security patch updates to its devices even for the flagship ones. Samsung is pushing its limits by providing almost a recent security patch to one of its 2016’s models. Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime (2016) gets December 2019 patch update. A couple of weeks ago, the device has already received this patch in Chile and Brazil.
The new software update brings a new software version CSL1 based on Android Oreo that weighs around 325.53MB in size. Except for the security patch, the update doesn’t bring anything extra. Though this December 2019 security patch offers a fix for the security vulnerability that could a permanent denial of service. So, we can expect that this update will improve the system security of this device.
Meanwhile, you should check Galaxy J5 Prime December 2019 patch OTA updates via Settings on your device > Software update > Download updates manually. The software updates are always waving in a phased manner and can take a few days or more according to the carrier or region.
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