Samsung has recently released the June security patch which was released by Google in the beginning of the month of June to many of its flagship as well as mid-range devices. The list of devices consists of Samsung Galaxy S8 as well as Galaxy S7 and S6 to the Note series consisting of Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note 5. Now, it is time for the US carriers to roll out the update to Samsung devices operating on its network. We have just heard that AT&T is rolling out an update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This update, as expected, rolls out the June security patch to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
The update arrives as software version N910AUCS2EQF1 and is being seeded over the air. Your device will need to be on software version N910AUCS2EQE1 to receive this update. It is interesting to note that the Galaxy Note 4 is not going to receive the Android Nougat update but Samsung is giving the June security patch so the device can remain on pace with the security features on the other Android phones. Talking about the changes to the phone after this update, this update installs the latest security patch on your Note 4 ensuring that it stays safe from the hands of hackers, malware and viruses. The update also patches up newly found vulnerabilities in the system.
One thing to note, however, is that the update is of utmost importance as the update will secure the Android device to as much extent as possible. Also, the attacks like WannaCry and other ransomware attacks have also been fixed with this security patch so it should be a given that this update should be installed on your phone as soon as possible. Also, take note that the update is being rolled out to both the Galaxy Note 4 as well as Galaxy Note Edge on the AT&T network.