Verizon updates Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge with tonnes of bug fixes

With all of the bug fixes Verizon released, there seems to be one that fixes the Blueborne security vulnerability.

Verizon Communications has just rolled out the August security patch to its Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, packed with bug fixes. Part of the update is the improvement on Wi-Fi calling.

The August security patch for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge variants under Verizon has firmware version NRD90M.G930VVRU4BQH4 and NRD90M.G935VVRU4BQH4, respectively. With all of its fixes, there seems to be one that fixes the Blueborne security vulnerability.

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Apart from the security patches, the devices also get improvements on voice recognition for OK Google and S Voice, Wi-Fi calling and some enhancements intended for corporate owners. Some users previously complained of some Wi-Fi voice call drops. The Samsung S Voice app performance has been enhanced, while the OK Google command detection is optimised when using the power saving modes.

On top of these, there is a new option to Android for Work to avoid file transfers via the USB port, voice mail speed dialing and notifications within the Knox container, and enhancements to One Talk voice call performance in Power Saving Maximum mode.

Verizon has not confirmed yet when to release the Blueborne fix for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

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