AT&T pushing out Galaxy S7 and S7 Active updates carrying March 2018 patch

AT&T has new updates rolling out to Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Active and even though they have new updates for users of these two phones, they aren’t the latest by any means.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Active are receiving a software update with build number BRC1, which installs March 2018 security patches. This comes at a time when folks using the unlocked Galaxy S7 are already receiving this month’s patch, but it’s nothing strange coming from a carrier.

In order to install the update on your Galaxy S7, you need to have software version G930AUCS4BRA1 installed prior to the update. For those using the rugged version, you need to have software version G891AUCU2BRB5 installed in order to qualify for the new version.

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Both updates weigh about 40MB and are rolling out over the air, which means it’ll be a few days before everyone gets the OTA notification. If you can’t wait, you can always try a manual update via Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

It’s also worth noting that Samsung is getting ready to release Android Oreo for users of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The devices recently went through the Wi-Fi Alliance, implying that Oreo is just around the corner. In fact, Verizon Wireless mistakenly published Oreo changelogs for the S7 and S7 Edge, only to take them down later. If the changelogs are ready, it also means the update is here. Almost.

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