Samsung has recently released the Samsung Galaxy S8 as well as the Galaxy S8+ which are the flagship smartphones from the company for this year. Last year, Samsung released the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge which were the flagship smartphones of 2016. One thing to note here is the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have been the highest selling smartphones in the Samsung lineup until the S8 and the S8+ were launched. The Galaxy S7 series has also received many awards for its design as well as usability. Samsung, as we know, has already released security patch from June for all of the smartphones in its lineup whether it is a flagship smartphone or a mid-range device.
Now, the US carrier T-Mobile is also releasing the June security patch to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices operating on their network. However, the changelog says that the devices should be running on Android Nougat 7.0 to receive this update. The Galaxy S7 update arrives with the build number G930TUVU4BQF6. In case you are wondering, the previous update had build number G930TUVS4BQE1. As far as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is concerned, June update arrives with the build number G935TUVU4BQF6. Previously, the build number was G935TUVS4BQE1. The update includes various under-the-hood performance improvements as well as other minor system enhancements. Also, as far as the security patch update is concerned, the update takes care of various security vulnerabilities and brings a fix to existing bugs.
Talking about the update, T-Mobile has already released the update to the S7 and S7 Edge and the update should arrive in your phones in the coming days. However, if you have not received the update after many days then you can check it manually by going to your device’s settings and checking for the updates.