Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 4 as well as Galaxy Note Edge in 2014 which made the Galaxy Note series a success from the company as the smartphones were announced with the business users in mind as the smartphones came with S-pen which helped in handling the larger screen with ease. Also, the company at the same time launched the Galaxy S5 which was the flagship smartphone from the company that year. Both the smartphones were launched on all the major carriers in the US including the T-Mobile as well as Verizon network. We also reported that the Galaxy Note 4, as well as Galaxy Note Edge from T-Mobile, have started to receive the latest security patch update. Now, it is time for the other US carrier, Verizon to roll out the latest update on the smartphones.
Talking about the release of the update from Verizon network, the carrier has not only released the update to the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge but also to the Galaxy S5 smartphone. The build numbers of the smartphones getting the update are G900VVRU2DQF2, N910VVRS2CQE, and N915VVRU2CQF2 for the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4, and Note Edge respectively. As far as the update is concerned, the device should have improvements to the stability and security of device after the update.
Talking about the changes other than the July security patch, the ring-back tone issue for non-Verizon phone calls has now been fixed with the update. It also fixes the issue where some of the users couldn’t make calls to non-Verizon customers. These changes have been made mostly which concern the users calling to non-Verizon network and the general changes to the device have not been made much so you should only expect to see the July security patch. Make sure to download and install the update as soon as possible to improve your device’s security.