New update fixes Samsung Knox and messaging issues on AT&T’s Galaxy S7
The US-based carrier AT&T has started rolling out a new update to the Galaxy S7 on its network. The update fixes several bugs and improves performance. It fixes issues related to Calendar, Knox, and text messaging. System stability and video calling have been improved as well.
The update’s file size ranges anywhere between 257MB and 324MB, depending on the firmware that your Galaxy S7 has currently installed. AT&T has also included June 2017 security patch even though it’s the month of July already. If you have a Galaxy S7 on AT&T’s network, have you received this update?
Release date: July 6, 2017
Android version: 7.0
Security patch level (SPL): June 1, 2017
Baseband version: G930AUCU4BQF3
Kernel version: 3.18.31-11614766
Build number: NRD90M.G930AUCU4BQF3
Build fingerprint: 7.0/NRD90M/G930AUCU4BQF3
Previous version required: G930AUCU4BQA6, G930AUCU4BQD4, or G930AUCS4BQE1
File size: 257-324MB
What’s changing: Calendar fixes, Samsung Knox fixes, stability improvements, Messaging fixes, Video calling improvements, and Android device security updates