Despite running a slow week this time around, Samsung is continuing to roll out firmware updates across the globe. The latest Samsung software update for Galaxy Note 7, the dearly departed 2016 phablet is still rolling, trying to convince users to replace their devices or get a full refund.
The latest Galaxy Note 7 update comes for Canadian users with firmware N930W8VLU2APK1, which requests the users to return their hazardous Note 7 devices. This update comes a month after the OTA update that limited charging of the Galaxy Note 7 to 60 percent.
“this software update will include indicators to encourage customers to contact Samsung regarding replacement/return of affected device.”
However, the Galaxy Note 7 is not the only device to be updated, as the Galaxy A5 2016 version is also being updated in the Netherlands. The OTA update is currently rolling in the European region, and brings up the security level of the device to November 1, along with the build number XXU3BPK1.
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As a welcoming surprise for users of the good old Galaxy S4 Mini, an update seems to be rolling out for the once flagship device as well. Currently rolling out specifically for Vodafone carrier tied devices, the update carries the new firmware version XXUCPI1. Moreover, the update also brings with it the September security patch released by Google.
If you are expecting the Samsung software update for Galaxy Note 7 or any other devices expect the OTA update to reach you soon. To check for the latest available update manually, simply open Settings->About phone->Software update->Check for updates.
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