Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 are smartphones that basically have been deprived of official support. Meanwhile, a new software update has appeared. It solves a serious security problem. That’s why Samsung decided to make this patch available to users of models from a few years ago.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 are smartphones that Korean the producer has been supporting for a really long time. As we know well, it lasted four years, because these models were receiving updates only recently. Now, theoretically, they are already deprived of access to new firmware versions. In practice, however, it is different and a new update has been released.
Samsung has recently patched a serious security bug. The vulnerability found allows the attacker to access system software in such a way that the phone user does not even notice it. It is associated with file support .QMG. A new update to resolve the issue described in SVE-2020-16747 has been released in South Korea.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 with an upgrade, and older models?
The problems affect really many smartphones that Samsung has launched on the market since 2014. S7 models come from 2016 and have received an update for this threat. Will it be the same for the Galaxy S6 and S5 smartphones? Well, probably not, which you will have to come to terms with. Older phones probably in use there is very little.
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