Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (Note 4) on Verizon gets the Blueborne fix

As you know the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Note Edge) runs on the older Android security patch and recently we all came to know about a vulnerability called the “Blueborne” which is spreading from device to device; it just needs an open Bluetooth connection to travel from one device to the another.

Major brands are rolling out a separate update for making your device Blueborne proof. Recently OnePlus has rolled out this update and now Verizon, a carrier from U.S has rolled out an update for their two handsets, let’s dig out more information about this.

Galaxy Note Edge software update
The image is showing the changelog of the new Galaxy Note Edge update.
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Some brands are rolling out September update which includes this Blueborne fix while some other brands are providing the fix separately. Verizon has provided this update for the two devices; one brand is from the house of Motorola while the other is from Samsung.

While the update provided for the Galaxy Note Edge also known as Galaxy Note 4 shows the Blueborne patch clearly in its changelog, the update version is MMB29M.N915VVRU2CQI3. If you are a Verizon user and haven’t received this update, then jump to settings and check for updates.

First, ensure that your phone must have a minimum charge of 50% and as an essential need, a working internet connection is required. This update does not change the Android version, for further updates stay tuned to us. You can also check out the expected Samsung devices list which will get the Android Oreo update.

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