Finally Samsung Galaxy S6 is getting G920FXXU5EQK4 November security patch Update: Samsung has started to release security patch updates as well as Android updates for most of their smartphones around the world and we have covered the same for quite some time now. Recently, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is getting the October security patch update and there have been a bunch of updates for the Galaxy J series smartphones also which more or less bring security improvements or software updates like Android 7.0 or 7.1 Nougat. Now, the company has been doing the same for some year old devices as well and the first smartphone which saw a new design language in the Galaxy S series was the Galaxy S6 and this smartphone is now getting an update.
This update on the Galaxy S6 will bring the latest November security patch update to the device. This update has build number G920FXXU5EQK4 and this has been made available for the Galaxy S6 users around the world. Apart from that, this will be available to the Galaxy S6 smartphones as an over the air update and the notification for the update will be available on your device as soon as the update reaches your device.
Talking about the November security patch update from Samsung, this update patch is the latest update patch as we are just halfway through in the month of November and Google had released this security patch update just a few days ago to its Nexus and Pixel devices. The November security patch is not a major security update but it does bring some handy security improvements and also, it is always recommended that you install the latest security patch updates whenever they are released for your device and as quickly as possible. This is to ensure that your device is not prone to attacks which can compromise the security of your data.
The Update is available via OTA (Over-the-air) and currently releasing in a phase-wise manner in The US. If your device is not rooted then you may have already received the OTA Update. If the update is not available on your device then wait for few days for the update to come to your device. Though, You can manually check for the update from your device’s settings. Go to About Device > Software Update.Now Press the “Download” Button.Press “Restart & Install” Button. Rebooting will begin automatically.