Samsung has released a new update for three old devices; these 3 devices are the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. The update arrived is not an Android version upgrade, and instead of that, it is an Android security update. The update doesn’t bring any major changes to the following devices and is arriving on the devices on various network carriers, so let’s check out more information about this update.
This update brings the latest November security patch to the following devices. The updated version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is G920W8VLS5DQK1, for the Galaxy S6 Edge is G925W8VLS5DQK1, and for the Galaxy S6, Edge Plus is G928W8VLS4CQK1.
These updates are currently rolling out in the Canadian units of the 3 devices but will soon release in other regions as well. The security update is arriving on the units of various network carriers including Virgin Mobile, Bell, Telus, etc.
As we mentioned above, there are no major changes offered by the update though it brings bug fixes and protection against some vulnerabilities. It also brings a fix for the specific KRACK Wi-Fi bug. If you own a Canadian phone or lives in Canada, then you will be receiving this update soon. It is an OTA(Over the Air) update which means there is no scope for manual installation.
Before installing the update, make sure your phone should have a minimum charge of 50%, and if you haven’t received this update yet, then you can check it by jumping to the settings menu, from their go to about phone and after that click on the software updates.