Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Note 5 receiving update G928VVRU3CQF3 with WiFi Calling improvements and more

Verizon has released a new software update G928VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and update N920VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy Note 5 smartphone in the US. The update comes with Android July security patch as well as other improvements.

The Android July security patch fixes a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) in the open-source Android OS. There are additional patches designed specifically for Galaxy-branded smartphones. In addition, the firmware update also includes bug fixes and other improvements.

The update improves voice over Wi-Fi calls as well as fixes a Google search app issue which occurred in Easy Mode. The new software update also brings Notification for no app space.

Software Update G928VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and update N920VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy Note 5

  • Android July Security patch.
  • Improvements to voice over Wi-Fi calls.
  • Fixes a Google search app issue.
  • Device Stability improvements
  • Bug fixes.
  • Performance improvements.

Software update G928VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and update N920VVRU3CQF3 for Galaxy Note 5 will gradually release to everyone.

You can also check manually for updates, go to Settings > About device > System update. Make sure you have enough charge on your device at least 60% to 70% before downloading the update.

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