AT&T rolling out latest November security patch for it’s Galaxy S7. The update was released last year in November but till then no new monthly security update released yet. The update bears build number G930AUCS4APK1, brings November security updates along other minor improvements in over all firmware, further you cannot expect more from the update that weighs about 50MB.
Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge European variants have already crossed the Android Nougat beta level updates and now enjoying the stable Android 7.1.1 build released by Samsung a couple of days back. The users of Galaxy S7/S7 Edge bonded with carrier are still waiting for their turn to taste the latest version of Android. The Nougat update will be released for these devices but still it is in the testing phase but if you think you want to take a glimpse of latest Nougat firmware then you can flash AOSP Nougat ROMs on your device.
You need to wait a couple of weeks for the official Nougat roll out announcement but till then apply these latest security updates as they make your device secure from getting infected with Virus or other Malware. The G930AUCS4APK1 firmware for AT&T Galaxy S7 G930F is rolling out via OTA or you can update your device via Kies as well.
We have also mentioned the Odin process for your ease if you remain unsuccessful in updating latest firmware on AT&T Galaxy S7. You need to grab the firmware G930AUCS4APK1 tar and flash it via Odin but be careful in manual update process and check the firmware and model number twice before starting the update process.
Update G930AUCS4APK1 firmware on AT&T S7 Edge G930A
Download links and firmware information!
Device Name: AT&T Galaxy S7
Build number: G930AUCS4APK1
Version: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Size of update: 49MB
Android Security Patch level: 18 November, 2016
You can also update your device via Kies, follow this guide if you wish to update your device via Kies.
Process to install UCS4APK1 on AT&T Galaxy S7 via ODIN
Download Odin 3.12.3 from here.
Latest Samsung USB drivers must be installed on your device.
Give us your feedback about the improvements you see in the latest firmware for AT&T Galaxy S7.