Recently we reported about the Samsung Galaxy S5 getting March security patches on Sprint network. Samsung has already released the February security itches to many handsets. Now it's time for the original Samsung Galaxy A7. The first gen Samsung Galaxy A7 was introduced back in 2015. It is now getting the
Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro was launched back in January 2017. It was launched with Android Marshmallow with latest security patches at that time (December 2016). Now Samsung has pushed a new update to the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro smartphone. The latest OTA is arriving with software version number C7000ZHU2AQB1. This update comes
Samsung had recently released the February security patches for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge units in India and some more devices. Now the company has released the February security patches for the Samsung Galaxy S5. The February security patches for Samsung Galaxy S5 comes in Europe. The firmware version this update brings
Samsung has now released the latest Android security patches to it's currently most live Note device i.e. the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The latest update to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 brings February security patches. The update is being rolled out to the Galaxy Note 5 users in India, Brazil, Panama, Argentina, Uruguay
Samsung seems to be busy securing it's smartphones. The company is nowadays pushing the security patches from Google. The latest device to get the security patches from Samsung is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The latest update is available to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Europe. It brings firmware version N910FXXS1DQB4 to
Yesterday we reported about Samsung Galaxy S6 getting the latest February security patches in Indian units Now Samsung has released a new update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 in India. The latest update to Samsung Galaxy S7 brings February security patches to the Samsung Galaxy S7. It brings firmware version G930FXXU1DQBO
Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are expected to get the Android Nougat update by end of February. Now Samsung has released the February security patches to the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is getting February security patches in Indian units. The February security patches coming to Samsung
We have seen many more companies rolling out the February Android Security Patches to their devices. Sony became the first OEM to provide February security patches even before Google. Now Samsung has started rolling out the February Android Security Patches to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge devices. The
US Cellular T-Mobile has now released a new update to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and Samsung Galaxy S4 devices. The latest update to Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 bring Feburary Android Security Patches. The firmware version number with this update goes to M919UVSFQA1 for the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Yesterday we reported about the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime getting the February Android Security Patches from Google. Now the same Security Patches come to the Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime also. The firmware version for this update for Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime is G570MUBU1AQA3. The Update is pushed through OTA. In order to
Samsung has now released a new update to the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime smartphone. The new update to Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime brings some very few changes. It comes with firmware version G610FDDU1AQA2 for the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime. It brings latest Android security patches. The Security Patches level becomes to February
Sony became first OEM to release the February security patches to it's Sony Xperia X family of devices. Later Blackberry also released the February security patches to it's Blackberry Priv smartphone on 4th February. Now Google has finally officially released the latest Security Patches. The security patches come as February 5
Blackberry isn't doing well in the smartphone business since many years. Blackberry used to make phones based on Blackberry OS which was for QWERTY keyboard based phones. Later the company brought the Blackberry OS 10 which was mainstream OS from Blackberry specially for smartphones to compete with Android and iOS.