T-Mobile rolls out July security updates to Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge users
Even though Google themselves have perfected and announced the availability of the August security update and patches for Android smartphones, some mobile device carriers have still not sent through the update for last month (July) to their subscribers and T-Mobile for one just started to roll out the July patch to the users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge yesterday.
Applying for the update would put your device on the July 1 update level and if you are a user of the Galaxy Note 4, your software could be bumped to either of two versions – the N910TUVU2EPG2 which weighs in at around 309.9MB or the N910T3UVU2EPG2, coming at a size of 281.27MB. Whichever you get would depend on the variant you have at hand.
For the Galaxy Note Edge on the other hand, there is just one with the build N915TUVU2DPG2 available and would only set you back a data price of 382MB for installations.
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