Samsung begun pushing out the latest Android Security Patch for April to owners of the Galaxy S7 Edge in South Korea. The update which was initially thought to be a security patch for the current month, was later found to be dated April 2nd, 2016 after checking the details on its system information. The is clocked in at just over 120 MB.
In terms of reference, the update is compatible with the SKT variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with SM-G935S model number. It will carry a Baseband Version of G935SKSU1APCF, a G935SKSU1APCF Kernel Version tagged the Thursday March 24th date along with Build Number of MMB29K.G935SKSU1APCF.
The April Security patch update is also likely to land for the standard SKT variant of Galaxy S7 , though right now the Edge model is the only one confirmed. It is also possible that update will be hitting the region's other two major carriers in the country, the LG U+ and KT as well, that is if they aren't on the way already.
Samsung has been on an interesting update roll-out schedule with the Galaxy S7 all over the world. For instance, the T-Mobile carrier in the US already begun receiving an update early this month to fix some issues, however it appears that the March security patch was missing. Prior to this latest Android security patch, the Korean models of the Galaxy S7 Edge on SKT was standing at February's security patch. Thus it is possible that the carrier made the decision to opt for an April update, choosing to skip the March roll-out entirely.
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