Download/Install Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update (Patch OTA)

Download/Install Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update (Patch OTA): Samsung Galaxy S7 has started receiving the G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Patch updates.Previously, Galaxy J5 2017 has received the February Patch Update.The latest security updates for Galaxy S7 come with build number G930FXXU2DRBD.The update is currently being rolled out in some regions.Samsung has also rolled out March Security Patch OTA Updates for the latest Galaxy devices like Galaxy A8 2018 and Flagships like S8 and S8 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S7 comes equipped with a 5.1-inches QHD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection.The Galaxy S7 is powered by Octa-core Exynos 8890 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM.It has 32GB/64GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 256GB via microSD card.The Galaxy S7 sports 12MP rear and 5 MP front camera for selfies.It has also received Lineage OS 15.1 ROM based on latest Android 8.1 Oreo

The update brings loads of bug fixes and system improvements. The G930FXXU2DRBD February security patch OTA Update is a small update but if you want to download the full firmware then it is around 2.2 GB so you need a working internet connection to download the update.

Samsung has been going a great job in updating its devices to the latest security patches which are great for security and privacy reasons.This is not a major update but has Google’s latest Security Patch so we recommend users to Download Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update.The users who have received and installed these updates have had their devices upgraded to Android 8.0 Nougat firmware. This update not only comes with the latest security patch, but it will also come with several bug fixes, performance and Stability improvements.

This new software update has been made available and the users are receiving it via OTA. For receiving this update, all that you need to do is turn on the Wi-Fi network on your device -> Go to the Phone settings -> Then go to the “About” option in the settings menu -> Press the “Software Update” option and check if the OTA update is available or not.

If you are a Galaxy S7 user who has not yet received the official OTA update and are willing to download it manually, then this post will be really beneficial to you. In this post, we will give you the details on how you can easily download and install Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update

Pre-Requisites

  • Have a backup of all your important data.
  • Have more than 50% battery backup on your device.
  • You must have the USB Drivers installed on your device.
  • USB Debugging must be enabled on your device.
  • You must have Odin installed on your PC.

Download Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update

  • Download Firmware Here (Credit: samsung-update.com)

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How To Install Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update

Galaxy S7 G930FXXU2DRBD February 2018 Security Update

First, download the firmware file following the above guide, then follow the linked guide below to Install Security Patch Update On Galaxy S7 using Odin Flash Tool

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If the installation is successful, you will see the message Pass in the Log Tab.

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