AT&T has started to rollout the June Security Patch to the Galaxy S7 devices on their network. This time AT&T is little late in providing the June security patch for Galaxy S7. Globally, international variant of the device have already received the June security patch for Galaxy S7.
The new update packs various fixes for security bugs and has stitched many loopholes. Google has added fix for all the vulnerabilities that were reported over at the official Android forums last month.
AT&T is now rolling build number G930AUCU4BQF3 for Galaxy S7. In addition to strengthen the security of your device, it also comes with usual fixes for various apps and has improved the system stability.
Further, as per the changelog it packs calendar fixes, Samsung Knox fixes and Messaging fixers. The update weighs in around 257-324MB and it is qute hefty if we compare it with other security update. So, we are sure it is going to pack much more things than just the security fixes.
Well, we suggest you to charge up your device up to 70% in order to install update without any hurdle. Further, we suggest you to switch to the WiFi network to download the update as it may cost on your carrier network.
How many of you have already received the update?