One day after a pair of Samsung’s Galaxy Note phones received updates, a pair of Galaxy S handsets have started getting updates of their own.
T-Mobile has announced new updates for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. According to the changelogs, these updates include June’s security patches, an anti-theft update, and unspecified bug fixes and improvements.
The Galaxy S6’s update weighs in at 247.41MB and bumps the phone up to software version G920TUVU4EPF1. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S6 edge’s update is listed at 248.09MB and software version G925TUVU4EPF1. Both are slated to roll out over the air between June 27 and July 17. If you haven’t yet gotten your update, you can either wait for the OTA to hit your phone, you can check manually by going into Settings > About device > Download updates manually, or you can installSamsung’s Smart Switch software on your computer.
These updates may not be quite as exciting as those Marshmallow updates that hit the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge yesterday, but it is good that the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are receiving June’s Android security patches. It’s important that you keep your phone secure, so if you’ve got a GS6 or GS6 edge, keep an eye out for these updates in the coming days.