Verizon pushes a software updates to the Galaxy S6, s6 edge, S6 edge+, and Note 5: Here's what's new


Verizon today is pushing a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, and Galaxy Note 5, which aims to fix the notorious KRACK vulnerability that enables wrongdoers to meddle with your phone by abusing flaws in Wi-Fi security policies.

The firmwares that are being pushed to eligible devices are as follows: N920VVRS3CQK1 for the Note 5, G920VVRS4DQK1 for the S6, G925VVRS4DQK1 for the S6 edge, and G928VVRS3CQK1 for the S6 edge+. It's recommended that you check if this update is available for your device and install it as soon as possible in order to minimize any potential security risks.

Aside from the KRACK fix, Verizon's software udpates for said devices also brings about the Android security patches for November. 

source: Verizon, (2)

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1. mikehunta727 unregistered

And my flagship Note 8 from Verizon just got the OCTOBER patch...

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