Today Verizon started rolling a new update for their Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with security patch upgraded to August 2018. The update comes with build number G928VVRS3CRH1 and weighs almost 210MB in size based on Android 7.0 Nougat. With this update, Samsung has also fixed security bugs and vulnerabilities found in
Verizon Galaxy S6 Edge Plus
Verizon started rolling the Android’s Security patch level to July 2018. The update is now live for Verizon Galaxy S6 edge plus [SM-G928V]. The software version for Verizon Galaxy S6 edge plus accompanied with G928VVRS3CRG1 which also brings a couple of other improvements and fixes. The baseband version weighs around 192MB in size
Verizon has started rolling the next security patch for their Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Yes, the update of June Security patch is live for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. The build number bumps to G928VVRS3CRF1 which brings a bunch of security fixes from Google, along with certain Samsung-specific patches as well.
Verizon carrier started rolling the latest May Security Patch for Galaxy S6 edge plus (SM-G928V). This software moves the device build number to G928VVRS3CRE4 and brings the fix for some serious security issues and CVEs. The update is based on Android 7.0 Nougat. We recommend always to install the latest security patch
Verizon rolled the latest Google Security Patch update for April 2018 with build number G928VVRS3CRD2 for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge plus (SM-G928V). The update is based on Android 7.0 Nougat and currently rolling via OTA. With this update, Verizon has fixed critical vulnerabilities that were discovered in the AndroidOS aside from countless