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[Update: Galaxy S6 too!] Samsung starts rolling out December security patch update to Galaxy S6 edge+

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Last updated: December 28th, 2015 at 15:31 UTC+01:00

It looks like Samsung is quite serious in keeping its promise about monthly security updates for its devices. Samsung has started rolling out a firmware update for the Galaxy S6 edge+ in India and the Nordic countries, which includes the latest Android security patch from December 2015.

Samsung had earlier posted the details about this update on its official mobile security-related blog. The changelog is similar to the one that came with the previous firmware update. This update improves security and stability of voice calls, and the company has mentioned specifically that downgrading won’t be possible after installing the update.

The India-specific update is available only through OTA, but it will be available from our firmware section shortly. It is possible that the Galaxy Note 5 could start receiving the security patch update soon since both these devices received their previous updates as the same time.

Firmware Details

Model SM-G928F 
Model name GALAXY S6 Edge +
Country Nordic countries
Version Android 5.1.1
Changelist 5943955
Build date Thu, 17 Dec 2015 01:40:52 +0000
Product code NEE
PDA G928FXXU2AOL5
CSC G928FNEE2AOK1

 

Update: This firmware update has started rolling out to the Galaxy S6 as well. Some Galaxy S6 owners in India have started receiving the December security patch.

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ December 2016 Security Patch Update Changelog

 

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