T-Mobile has rolled out June security update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones. If you have access to these two smartphones, you should verify the presence of an update. Normally, you will receive an automated notification. You need to proceed as per the instructions displayed on the screen.
To install the update, your Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones should be running Android 7.0 Nougat. The update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 is tagged with the build number G930TUVU4BQF6.
However, the update for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge bears the baseband version G935TUVU4BQF6.
The only point to note is that you should install the previous builds for both Galaxy S7 (G930TUVS4BQE1) and Galaxy S7 Edge (G935TUVS4BQE1) handsets. In addition to June security patch, the update also includes several system enhancements and improvements. If you install the update, your Galaxy S7 series smartphones will be refreshed with bug fixes and security vulnerabilities.
Before initiating the download process, you should establish connectivity with Wi-Fi and charge the handset up to 90 percent. You can install the update even if your phone is charged 30 percent but it is advisable to charge the phone to the maximum level to avoid interruption.
If you are unable to view the update notification, you need to manually check for the availability of the update by navigating to Settings | About | Software Updates option.
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