Samsung has been busy releasing the security patch updates to all their devices lately. We saw that Samsung released the security patch to many of its smartphones in the past couple of days with the likes of the J series and A series of smartphones. We earlier saw that Verizon released the security patch for the month of March to the S7 and the S7 edge smartphones from Samsung. Now its the turn of another major U.S manufacturer, T-Mobile. T-Mobile has started to roll-out an update to their Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge devices which also contains the March security update patch.
T-Mobile has been pretty active in rolling out monthly updates to smartphones on its network. Earlier today, the HTC One M9 got its monthly security update along with an upgrade to Nougat. And now, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are getting the security updates
The update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge is being rolled out Over-The-Air (OTA) with builds G930TUVS4BQC1 and G935TUVS4BQC1 respectively.
As usual, the update installs the monthly security patch for both the devices along with a few bug fixes and performance improvements. The update is expected to be reaching to your phone anytime soon. In case, it didn’t already, you can manually check for the update just by going to Settings > About device > System updates.
One thing that we always advice whenever any OTA update is rolling out is to make sure that your phone’s battery has been charged above 80% or if the phone has been plugged into the charger. Also make sure that the phone is connected to a strong WiFi network to make sure that the update gets downloaded properly. It is also recommended to connect to the WiFi before installing the update to avoid extra data charges occuring due to excess use of mobile data.
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