AT&T Galaxy S7 Active update brings various bug fixes, improvements and June security patch

AT&T Galaxy S7 Active

AT&T is pushing a new software update to the Galaxy S7 Active which installs the June security patch on the smartphone.

The update is arriving with the firmware version G891AUCU2BQF2. It weighs around 289MB. So, you shouldn’t have any issues downloading it on cellular data. However, if you want to avoid additional data charges, you can switch to a stable Wi-Fi network to download the update.

As far as the changes that the update brings along are concerned, there are a bunch of fixes which include Advanced Messaging fix, AT&T Messages Backup and Sync fix, a fix to the issues surrounding the Wi-Fi calling.

Read: Android 7.0 Nougat update for AT&T Galaxy S7 Active rolling out as an OTA today

The Calendar app has also received a fix alongside various other fixes and improvements. Speaking of which, the video calling experience has now been improved. The Samsung Knox also receives a few fixes and improvements with the update.

And, on top of all of that, there’s the June security patch, as mentioned earlier.

Source: AT&T

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2 Comments

  1. It would be nice if At&t gave people a lonk and explanation of WHAT IS THIS?

    instead of just interrupting you.

  2. more costomer service

    It would be nice if At&t gave people a lonk and explanation of WHAT IS THIS?

    instead of just interrupting you.

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