AT&T rolls out the January security update for the Galaxy Note Edge and the Galaxy S5

3 February, 2017 Samsung Updates

After Verizon, now AT&T is rolling out the first Android security update of the year for the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note Edge. The file for the Galaxy S5 is a 192MB patch with the firmware version G900AUCU4DQA1. Apart from the usual Android SMR security improvements, it also contains a number of Samsung's own bug fixes, which will improve your Galaxy S5's performance.

The Note Edge also started to receive the January patch on the same day but it is of a much smaller size than the one released for the S5. The 36.5MB file will have the firmware version N915AUCS2DPK3.

Unfortunately, this is probably the last update which the two devices are going to receive. Given that the S5 and the Note 4/Note Edge are both about three years old, that is to be expected. In fact, Samsung has supported its older devices surprisingly well lately, given that most OEMs stop updating their smartphones after two years from the date of release.

Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest updates for your smartphone.

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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