February Security patch update now available for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

The February security patch G920FXXU5DQAJ and G925FXXU5DQAJ package have been rolled out respectively for the Samsung Galaxy S6 model and Samsung Galaxy S6.

This new update is being distributed to both the Samsung Galaxy S6 for the Galaxy S6 Edge. As the holders of the two devices are waiting and hoping the long awaited Android 7.0 Nougat, the incoming firmware is unfortunately still the major update and should not be underestimated. Here all the details of updated environment designed for the Samsung’s 2015 top range terminals.

Only a few days ago, the predecessors of the current Galaxy S7 received a firmware containing the security patch in January (actually with some delay and after a substantial period of stagnation in the work of developers). All stages retrieved, saw the current firmware in the distribution, the more accurate the G920FXXU5DQAJ package for the standard model and the G925FXXU5DQAJ for the Edge model.

Today’s update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will not bring improvements in performance and optimization of consumption. According to the official changelog that refers exclusively to the February security patches, this update for the two devices is put in order to make smartphones less exposed to dangers relating to the operating system general.

These updates are important in keeping your device protected, hence Samsung often rolls out such security patches for their terminals. At present it is released in some countries and in a few days will be rolled out to everyone. Your device will be updated automatically or you can also go to Settings>About phone>System updates to check if the files have come to your terminal to install them immediately.


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