Samsung continues rolling out February security patch to devices
These past couple of weeks, we have seen Samsung push out the security update for the month of February to its users and still, they are not yet done on that matter. Today again, there are still a number of phones that got like updates and in the coming days, we think we would see more get this same kind of software improvement. The latest units to get this security patch for the month of February are the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and the 2016 variants of the Galaxy A3.
For those that are using either of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, the update comes as firmware version G920FXXU5DQAJ and G925FXXU5DQAJ respectively. Hitting the units of the said device launched to Europe, it weighs in at about 226MB.
Going over to T-Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Tab 3 units that were registered to the carrier started to get like updates just a few days ago.
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