Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 LTE gets T825JXU1AQC4 March Security Update.Samsung is one of those brands whose latest releases and official launches are awaited worldwide. Last month in Barcelona, Samsung launched their first Nougat powered device in Galaxy Tab S3 during the Mobile World Congress Event. As the company prepares to launch their latest Tab in other regions, OEM already wants to make sure that all the bugs on the device are fixed and removed. For solving this problem, Samsung has already released the first firmware for Galaxy Tab S3. However, it is only available for the LTE models of Galaxy Tab S3 and not for the Wi-Fi models.
The latest firmware update that was released with build number T825JXU1AQC4 will install the March Security patch on your Galaxy Tab S3. Other than the security patch update, several bug fixes and stability improvements have also been included in the firmware.
This newly released firmware build comes as an OTA update and like most other updates it is being released gradually in stages. This means it will take a fair amount of days before Samsung has all the Tab 3 units receive the new software.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 LTE T825JXU1AQC4 Update with March Security Patch:
Now, for those of you who own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and are getting impatient about this new release, you can check for this latest firmware on your device by going to Settings -> About Device -> Software Updates.(T825JXU1AQC4)
With the release of Galaxy Tab S3 in the European region, Samsung will be looking to their latest Tab in new markets viz Hong Kong, Taiwan, China in Asia and other regions like the US, Canada and Germany. In fact in Germany and Canada, people have started to pre-order the device while in Asia, the models have cleared FCC certification and will be available for pre-order soon.
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