US Cellular released security updates for Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, S7, S7 Edge, Grand Prime and Note Edge

US Cellular is on the roll for the latest security patch updates for it’s devices, including Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, S7, S7 Edge, Grand Prime and Note Edge. The updates carry different build number regarding the device model, you can see the list below for details about the firmware updates and process to flash the updates via OTA or Odin.

All the devices except Galaxy Grand Prime have already received Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow firmware and US Cellular hasn’t announced the Nougat details for supported devices. So these updates are based on Marshmallow firmware and brought latest security patches along minor improvements and bug fixes.

This time when Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users are waiting for the Nougat firmware these minor update don’t seems much attractive but it is always recommended to flash the latest available firmware on your device because new firmware always have some improvements over the previous one and security against Viruses and Malware.

You can check the list below to download the firmware and have an overview of it before flashing it on your device. If you wish to update your device via Samsung Kies, Follow this guide.

Firmware details!

Android version: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Android security patch level: Dec 1, 2016

Carrier: US Cellular

How to update latest firmware via Odin on Samsung devices

Download the firmware for your device:

Download G900R4VXS2CPL1 for Galaxy S5

Download G920R4TYS4CPL1 for Galaxy S6

Download G925R4TYS4CPL1 for Galaxy S6 Edge

Download G930R4TYS4APL1 for Galaxy S7

Download G935R4TYU4APL1 for Galaxy S7 Edge

Download G530R4TYU1APL1 for Galaxy Grand Prime

Download N915R4TYS1CPL1 for Galaxy Note Edge


Download Odin 3.12.3 from here.

Latest Samsung USB drivers must be installed on your device.

Follow this guide to install latest firmware via Odin on your Samsung device.

Also read: Android 7.1.1 Nougat for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge release date

Give us your feedback about the improvements you see in the latest firmware on your device. Stay tune for more updates.

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