Samsung Galaxy smartphones have been receiving many updates off late with the Samsung Galaxy S8 ‘s red tint issue solved as early as within 15 days by Samsung. Reportedly, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has gotten more updates then even the Google Pixel after release. The Samsung flagship from last year, the S7 and the S7 Edge are also getting updates like the S8 and S8+. We are getting reports that the US carrier At&t is releasing an update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge for some performance improvements and bug fixes.
The OTA update is reportedly arriving as build number G930AUCU4BQD4 to Galaxy S7 the Android Nougat based update fixes regular bugs and brings system improvements. On the other hand, the Galaxy S7 Edge units are receiving the update as build number G935AUCU4BQD4.
We have known that after installing the update, on both the Galaxy smartphones, the update brings fixes for a number of issues which include advanced messaging, Wi-Fi calling, and backup and sync for AT&T messages . The new firmware update also improves the Video Calling feature on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
The update as mentioned earlier has been sent out to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones on the At&t network and the users on those network are scheduled to receive the update. As the update has been sent out via an OTA, it will be sent out in parts and you may receive update on your phone sooner or later. The update received on the Galaxy S7 weighs 135MB – 137MB while the file size of the S7 Edge update is 136MB – 138MB. As the update is being rolled out OTA, it may take a while to hit your device. Alternately, you can check for it manually by heading to Settings > About device > System updates. Make sure to install the update as soon as it hits your device.