Download April 2018 Security Patch A600FJXU1ARD7 for Galaxy A6 2018

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Finally, April 2018 security patch update for Samsung Galaxy A6 2018 which is now rolling live. Just like March Security, Samsung also started rolling the April 2018 security patch for Galaxy A6 2018 (SM-A600F). The update bumps the build number to A600FJXU1ARD7 which brings the fixes seven critical vulnerabilities that were found in the Android OS and also fixes a couple of other high and moderate-risk vulnerabilities. Yes, this update is still based on Android 8.0 Oreo. Now download and install A600FJXU1ARD7 April 2018 Security Patch on Samsung Galaxy A6 2018.

The update is rolling via OTA (Over the air) for few users in a phase-wise manner. It may take a while to reach every user around the globe. If you have not received the update, then kindly wait for the OTA notification to hit your phone or you can manually check the latest software update which upgrades the build number A600FJXU1ARD7 on Galaxy A6 2018.

Download April 2018 Security Patch A600FJXU1ARD7 for Galaxy A6 2018

How to Check Software Update on Galaxy A6 2018?

  1. In your Galaxy A6 2018, Go to App Drawer > Open Settings > Tap on About phone > Software updates > Check for Updates.
  2. If your device finds a new software update, tap Download now. Once the download complete, your device will be ready to upgrade. Tap on Install update.
  3. Your device will reboot and wait for the installation process to complete. Tap OK. That’s it! You’ve successfully updated your software.

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Before proceeding to upgrade the Galaxy A6 2018, your phone must have enough battery backup with at least 50% battery and also enough storage to complete the installation process.

We suggest you to choose a Wi-Fi or a 4G connection to download it. Before following this, take a complete data backup to avoid any problem in case if things go wrong. After following the procedure mentioned above, you can now start downloading April 2018 Security for Samsung Galaxy A6 2018 (SM-A600F). As this update is based on Android 8.0 Oreo, it wouldn’t take a lot of time to download and install.[/su_note]

In case if still not received the A600FJXU1ARD7 build, then you can manually install the update on your Galaxy A6 2018 (SM-A600F) by using ODIN Downloader.  Now there is the OTA firmware that you can manually install on your phone. We have put up the entire process to flash the A600FJXU1ARD7 update that brings the April 2018 security patch.

GetDroidTips will not be responsible for bricking or damage to your device.

Steps to Install A600FJXU1ARD7 on Galaxy A6 2018 manually:

If you have not received the OTA update, rooted or installed any custom ROM, then you can simply follow this guide to the update manually by using ODIN Software. Follow the complete instruction to install new update on Samsung Galaxy A6 2018.

DOWNLOAD FILES

Download Firmware Here

Required Odin and Drivers:

Pre-Requisite:

  • This ROM is supported for Galaxy A6 2018
  • Download the required firmware and drivers.
  • Your device must have 50% – 70% Battery.
  • You need PC or Laptop to install this firmware.
  • Take a Full Backup on your phone before Installing any new firmware. So make sure you have data’s in case if something Wrong (This Process won’t lose your data).
  • You need to Enter Samsung Download Mode.
  • Make sure you have followed the steps properly. Don’t Skip and Read! – We are not responsible for any damage.

Instructions to Install Using ODIN

To install the firmware, you must first download the required software and drivers on your PC. By following the below link, you can upgrade the OS version to A600FJXU1ARD7 on Galaxy A6 2018 SM-A600F.

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Odin software

Guide to Flash Firmware Using ODIN

I hope this guide was helpful to install April 2018 Security Patch on Galaxy A6 2018 based on Android 8.0 Oreo.

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