Sprit has started rolling out rack fix update for its devices.After Galaxy S7/S7 Edge and Note 5, now Sprint Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Gets G928PSPT3DQK1/November 2017 Security Patch/Krack Fix OTA Update: Galaxy S series smartphones are the flagship smartphones from Samsung which have been launched every year by the company ever since Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S and later the Galaxy S2.
Now, the Samsung Galaxy S series has come up to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ which were released earlier this year. Now, the Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones were launched in 2014 also and the smartphones were called the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was released a little later as the bigger version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Also, the Galaxy S6 series will be known as the first smartphone series after Samsung conducted a major redesign of its Galaxy and Note lineup.
Now, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus among the other Galaxy S6 smartphones was launched in the US and the smartphones were available to the different US carriers also. One of the carriers which had the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was the Sprint network and now we have got some exciting news for the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on the Sprint network. We have known that Sprint has released a new OTA update to the S6 Edge Plus smartphones on its network.
Talking about the update, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is starting to get the November security patch which was released by Google last month for all the Android devices. Now, the November security patch update brings many needed security improvements to the device but the most notable fix is that the KRACK vulnerability that was found in the Android devices has now been totally fixed and the Android users after the November security patch will not have to worry anymore about this security flaw. This update has already been rolled out by Sprint and you should recieve the OTA message really soon on your device
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