T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active SM-G892U G892USQS1ARB3 February 2018 Security Patch OTA

T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active SM-G892U G892USQS1ARB3 February 2018 Security Patch OTA: Verizon recently released the latest February 2018 Security Patch update for Galaxy Note 8 and now T-Mobile has started rolling out the latest security patch update for its device and Samsung Galaxy S8 Active in T-Mobile wireless network has already started getting the  G892USQS1ARB3 February 2018 Security Patch.

This update is only rolling out for T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active devices.If you are in the US, you may have received the February 2018 Security Patch OTA  update notification on your device.We highly recommend you to install the update to be on the safer side.Android system should be updated to the latest build to stay safe from the malware attacks.

This update comes with the latest security patch update which was released by Google in February 2018.The update comes with build number G892USQS1ARB3.The update brings some bug fixes which were available in the previous build.It also brings stability and performance improvements.Thus, you should download and install the update to your T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active which will come as an OTA update to your phone.

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T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active SM-G892U G892USQS1ARB3 Details

  • Device Name: Samsung Galaxy S8 Active (T-Mobile)
  • Model: SM-G892U
  • Android version: Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Region: USA
  • Build Number: G892USQS1ARB3
  • Android Security Patch Level: 1 February 2018



Manually Update T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active SM-G892U To G892USQS1ARB3 February 2018 Security Patch OTA Update

You can manually check for the update from Settings > Software update >Download updates manually.If there is no update showing on your device, then wait for few days for the update to come to your device as it is being released phase-wise manner.


Before installing the updates, make sure your device is connected to a good wifi and your device has more than 50 percent battery life remaining

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