Samsung rolls out the February security patch to the Galaxy S7 flagships
Samsung has been rolling out the security patch to a number of units in recent days and just yesterday, we saw another two from the South Korean oem’s lineup join this prestigious club. Today, they have donated decided to bring their latest flagships up to speed on the same kind of update.
For those that are making use of any of the Galaxy S7 variants, the February security patch has now started to roll out to your own units too. Coming to both the Galaxy S7 and as well, the Galaxy S7 Edge, both units would get the security fix as software versions G930FXXU1DQB7 and G935FXXU1DQB7 respectively.
As of now, we have no information on whether or not there is another change in there, but as soon as we get our hands on the official changelog, you’ll be the first to know how things go.
Again, this is an OTA update, and we believe you know the drill already.
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