AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gets Better With June Security Update

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

AT&T has started to roll out June security patch for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone. With baseband version N910AUCS2EQF1, the update for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is currently being pushed via OTA. Hence, it will take few days for the update to hit your handsets.

To install the update, the minimum requirement is that you should have installed the previous version with software version N910AUCS2EQE1. The latest update is introduced for Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow since Samsung hasn’t introduced Android Nougat for the Galax Note 4.

While the build number of the June security patch measuring 27MB is tagged as MMB29M.N910AUCS2EQF1, the Kernel version is mentioned as 3.10.40-8932341. You can install the update easily because the size of the update is less than 3MB.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Even if your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have less than 20 percent battery, you will be able to install the update quickly without any glitches. It is also possible to install the update via mobile connectivity if you don’t have access to Wi-Fi. You will not be required to pay excess data charges because the update size is less than expected.

It is essential for you to install the update because your Galaxy Note 4 will be protected against hackers, malware, and viruses including fixing few vulnerabilities. There are reports that Samsung has addressed Wannacry bug on the update and hence you should install the update to protect your handset.

Although the existing data will not be corrupted because of the update, it’s advisable for you to capture a backup of all your data, music, images and videos. If you are eligible, you will receive an update message notification. You have to proceed as per the directions displayed on the screen. You can also manually verify the presence of the update by tapping Settings icon if you are unable to wait for an OTA update.

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