Samsung has a big event coming up tomorrow which is the launch of the Galaxy S8 smartphone. This may even be termed as the biggest event in company’s history because the company has to prove themselves once again after the debacle of the Note 7. Samsung is expected to get huge sales from its Samsung S8 smartphones but before that, Samsung has a job of giving support for its older smartphones as well and this has not been forgotten by Samsung. Samsung has been busy updating all its devices to the March security patch update as soon as Google released it and even one day before its big event, they are rolling out updates to their phones.
The latest Samsung phone to get the update is the Indian variant of the Note 5 which is getting the march security patch along with other improvements. The update to Galaxy Note 5 (SM-G920G) in India is being pushed as firmware version N920GDDU3CQC7. Arriving as an OTA update, it is being rolled out gradually in the country and should take a while before the roll out is complete.
According to the official update message from Samsung, The Android 7.0 Nougat update brings many new features to Galaxy Note 5 viz improved user interface, split-window mode, improved menu settings and notification controls. The update being a major one weighs at a hefty 1GB. Therefore, it is advisable to get your handset over 50 percent charged and connected to a WiFi network before hitting the download button.
As with all the updates and in this case being a big update to the Android 7.0 Nougat, it is advisable to have a stable WiFi connection so that the update can be downloaded correctly without any stutters or hassles and the update installation process can be done swiftly because being a 1GB file, it may be possible that some parts of the file may be lost.