Samsung has already released the June security patch update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge as well as the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge devices recently. The company has now released the update to the Galaxy Note 5 which was released after the Note 4 as well as Note Edge. We have already known that the June security patch is the latest security patch from Google and the Note 5 is a particularly old device as it was released back in 2015. However, the device has had tremendous success and that is the reason the company is getting the latest security patch.
The OTA update is arriving with the software version N920W8VLS4CQF2, the update installs the latest, i.e. June security patch on the Galaxy Note 5. This update’s news comes after the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge , the Galaxy Note 5 is now receiving a new software update in China. With the June security patch, you can expect to see a bunch of fixes to the existing bugs alongside system and performance improvements. The update is currently being rolled out over the air, and chances are it may not reach all the users at once. In which case, you can easily check for the update manually by visiting Settings and the About Device to check for the software update.
Also, as the update is coming to your device in a staged rollout, the update may come to your device as early as possible or you may happen to be the last to receive the update. However, it is recommended that you download and install the update to your phone as it contains the latest security patch and we have known that many of the bugs, as well as security flaws from the last security patch which was released in May, have been fixed in this version.