Samsung updating its 2015 Flagship-Lineup with July Security Update

Samsung is known for keeping its flagship devices updated. And today we are going to report another such stuff going on by Samsung. The company is updating the 2015 flagship devices with the July Security Update. The mentioned update is rolling out for Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and Note 4.

Samsung does know that the S6 and the S6 Edge are still hugely popular devices and it’s fair that they should be eligible for the latest updates.

The update will install following versions of the software on the respective devices:

  • Samsung Galaxy S6: G920IDVU3FQG1�
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: G920IDVU3FQG1
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Exynos): N910CXXS2DQG6�
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Snapdragon): N910FXXS1DQFA�

Wi-Fi or Cellular Data is a huge question while updating the smartphone, but this time you can go with the Cellular Option too, as this is just a minor update for the device.

The device will have to be charged more than 50% for the update to start, hence do charge your smartphone above 80% before pressing the start button on the updated Page. This is the recommended value from Samsung, and hence you cannot overcome this unless you download the full firmware and flash it via Odin at 30% charge.

Do note that you must backup your personal and important data, before pressing the install button, because if somehow the update mess up your device, then you can quickly format the device, and get your data phone back.

Have you updated your phone to the latest software? Do let other users know what you think about the upgrade.

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