Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge on AT&T Seeing June Android Security Update Roll Out

For readers who have the either the Samsung Galaxy S7 or the S7 Edge on AT&T, there is a new update heading your way starting today.  The update brings the June Android Security update to both devices.  The update follows a similar update from Sprint and T-Mobile for the phones on their networks.  It does not bring any significant new features and it remains on Android Nougat 7.0.

For the AT&T Galaxy S7, you are looking for build G930AUCU4BQF3 while on the Galaxy S7 Edge, build G935AUCU4BQF3 is your flavor of the day.  The updates are about 300MB in size, so not huge but certainly one you will want to download while you are on Wi-Fi just to make it all a bit faster process.

For both devices, there are a few other minor updates to apps that you will get once you have this updates installed on your

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

phone.  AT&T specifically calls out fixes to the native calendar, messaging fixes, video call improvements and stability improvements in the Release Notes.  There are also fixes to Samsung Knox in this update.

The OTA update should be hitting devices starting today and you can always manually check for it by going to your phone settings and checking for the update.  That doesn’t guarantee you’ll get it immediately as AT&T, like other carriers, phase these updates out.

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