Ever since the start of the month of March when Google released the March Security update patch of March 1, 2017, every major smartphone manufacturer has been kept busy on updating their devices to the latest security patch in order to keep their smartphones secure with up-to-date security patch so that it can be safe from all the hacking attacks that can be performed on the device otherwise.
Next in line to receive the security patch of March is the Samsung Note 4 , Samsung J1 Ace and the Samsung Tab A of 2016. The Samsung Note 4 in particular has been kept waiting for a long time and hasn’t got any updates from Samsung from a long time so it is very good to see that Samsung has not forgotten about its two-year plus old device
Samsung has just pushed the March security update for a bunch of its smartphones: the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy J1 Ace, and the Galaxy Tab A (2016).
Coming in with the builds N910FXXS1DQC3, J110HXXU0AQC1, and P585JXU2AQC2 for the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy J1 Ace, and the Galaxy Tab A (2016) respectively, the update installs the March security patch on these smartphones.
The security update contains some fixes to bugs which gets rid of several vulnerabilities thereby making it difficult for hackers to get hold of the sensitive data on your smartphone.
Also, the March security update brings several system improvements as usual to all the three smartphones.
One thing we have always advised before doing any update installation and we will keep telling you further is that before you start to install any update be it security update or software update, make sure to connect your phone to a charger if it is low on battery or charge the phone above 50% to have a safe installation of the update because the process can take some time.