AT&T is rolling out a new firmware update to three Samsung devices namely Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 Active. The update is being rolled out as over the air and installs the latest February security patch.
The monthly security patch update is hitting the Galaxy S5 Active (G870A) on AT&T carrier as build number MMB29M.G870AUCS2DPK5. It weighs 187MB and brings the latest Android device security updates.
For AT&T Galaxy Note 5 device (N920A), the build number of the February patch is MMB29K.N920AUCS4CQB2 weighing at 167MB while AT&T Galaxy Note 4 (N910A) is receiving the update as build number MMB29M.N910AUCS2EPK4 which weighs 137MB.
All the three devices are Android 6..0.1 Marshmallow based and are receiving the new firmware update over the air. As such, it is being rolled out gradually and should hit your devices soon. If you want to check for it manually, you can do so by going to Settings>>About devices>>System updates. Before hitting the download button, it is advisable to get your handset connected to a WiFi network and charge it sufficiently.
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Meanwhile, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones on AT&T carrier are also receiving the February security patch with comes as QB3 software version. Notably, the Nougat update for these two devices went live on March 9th in Europe.