Samsung’s September update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge gets 9 critical fixes
In what can be considered to be a rare move from Samsung, the South Korean OEM has resorted to the publishing of the changelog and additional security features that would come with their latest security update for the month of September that is already rolling out to the units of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
Basically, the patch would do its best to protect these smartphones listed above against all the known vulnerabilities that are affecting devices in the market these days and if you want to see the entire thing, it has been listed on their official website.
With this update comes all of the 9 critical that Google themselves have rolled out officially and this would do well to cater to some of the 66 issues faced by devices that are being addressed for now.
Asides from all of these 9 that are courtesy of Google, Samsung has put in some other 9 for themselves and one of these is meant to fully address some of the issues that face the smartphones that run on the Exynos processor.
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