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The Galaxy Note 5 is getting old now, but it still continues to be an excellent smartphone nevertheless. If you happen to own one and you stay in the Indian subcontinent, we have good news for you. The Galaxy Note 5 is being updated with last month's security patch by Samsung in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The update is late as the Galaxy A (2016) series has already started receiving the December security update from the OEM, but at least it's finally here.


The update comes in at quite a manageable size of only about 20MB, so you don't really need your Wi-Fi to download this one. Firmware version/build number of the OTA package is N920GDDS3CQK1, in case you are wondering. It brings the same fixes that it did for every other Samsung smartphone that got updated with the November security patch; 61 Android OS patches, 6 Samsung software patches and the KRACK Wi-Fi patch. Let us know if you can see the same update to any other nearby regions.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy J1 Mini and the Galaxy J3 (2017) might have been Samsung's latest handsets to receive the January patch yesterday, but today, the Galaxy S6 Edge has shown up on top, albeit not in the US yet. It's good news for our readers in India though as the OEM has started sending out this month's security update via OTA for the 2015 flagship handset in the country. Good to see one of the flagships get the update as so far, it has only been the low-end and mid-range models that have received it. While some would complain, I feel that it's good to see a company not holding out security updates intentionally to make its users feel that they favor their costlier handsets, even when it comes to security.


If you happen to own a Galaxy S6 Edge in India, Bangladesh or Nepal, you should see firmware version G925IDVS3FRA1 make its way onto your handset very soon. Expect the update to take care of six critical risks and multiple low-mid risk problems in the Android OS powering the handset. It also includes few of Samsung's own patches (13 to be exact) for extra security.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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