After AT&T, Sprint is just another carrier to seed the January security update to Galaxy S7 Edge G935P. The update is available as an OTA firmware carries build number G935PVPU4APL6 and bringing in multiple improvements along bug fixes, latest security patch and more. The G935PVPU4APL6 firmware Galaxy S7 Edge is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, sized about 495.09MB, that means you need to have working internet connection to grab the firmware OTA. You can also say welcome to new firmware via Kies, visit the link to update your device via Samsung Kies.
The changelog of the update is mentioned below you can have an overview of it as well. Android Nougat update has still no sign of release for the carrier based devices but it will be released soon as European users of Galaxy S7 are already enjoying the stable Nougat build. The security patch updates are necessary too because you can’t leave your device on risks, so it better to keep the device updated regarding firmware.
Here is the changelog:
- The device performance on LTE has been improved much
- The Hotspot has got improved and more stable then before.
- WiFi connectivity got better
- Some new applications have been removed from the firmware
- The device security improvements
Android version: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Android security patch level: January 12, 2017
Device Name: Galaxy S7 Edge
Build No: G935PVPU4APL6