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Verizon Galaxy S9 G960USQU2ARE6 May 2018 Security Patch (OTA Update)

Verizon Galaxy S9 G960USQU2ARE6 May 2018 Security Patch (OTA Update): Verizon has started sending out last month’s security patch update to many Samsung devices. A few days ago Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in the Verizon network got the update. Now Samsung Galaxy S9 in the Verizon wireless has started getting the latest May 2018 Security Patch update.

This update is only rolling out for Samsung Galaxy S9 devices. If you are Verizon Galaxy S9 user, you may have received the May Security 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.

The OTA has been rolled out in the US  and only available for Verizon users. This update comes with the latest security patch update which was released by Google in May Security. The update comes with build number G960USQU2ARE6. 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 Verizon Galaxy S9 which will come as an OTA update to your phone.

  • Verizon Galaxy S9 G960USQU2ARE6

    • Device Name: Galaxy S9
    • Model: SM-G960U
    • Android version: Android Oreo
    • Region: Currently available in the US in Verizon Network
    • Build Number: G960USQU2ARE6
    • Android Security Patch Level: 1 May

Manually Update Verizon Galaxy S9 to G960USQU2ARE6 May 2018 Security Patch

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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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Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
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Dibyashree Sharma graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela. For the past eight years, she has been blogging about Android, which she is really passionate about. She has built a good reputation as a reliable source. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

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