After Verizon, AT&T has started pushing out a new firmware update to Galaxy S8 and S8+ units. The update is being rolled out over the air as we speak and is hitting AT&T Galaxy S8 devices as build number G950USQU1AQD9 while AT&T Galaxy S8+ units are receiving the update as build number G955USQU1AQD9.
Although the exact changelog is not known as of now, the update has to be a significant one if not major considering that it weighs at a hefty 300MB. In all probability, this new software update will include the fix for Bixby button remap issue disabling its ability to launch other apps.
In addition, the update is likely to install the latest Android security patches on Galaxy S8 and S8+ and tag along regular bug fixes and system improvements.
Earlier in the day, Verzion also rolled out a similar update to the flagship devices from Samsung which brought many new features to both the smartphones including the option of using the Volume Up button to answer calls and enabling apps to take full advantage of the Infinity Display. We believe, these features will be brought to AT&T Galaxy S8 and S8+ as well with the new firmware update which is on the roll now.