Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+

This support article will give you technical information and software updates relating to the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.

Device information

Model number

SM-G935F

SIM size

Nano SIM

Supported frequencies

  700 800 850 900 1800 1900 2100 2300 2600
2G          
3G          
4G

Software version

Launched with: Android 6.0
Latest update available: Android 7.0
Release date and time: From 1:00PM AEST on 9 June 2017
 

Latest software update details

What's in the update?

  1. Samsung Android Security Updates (Till May 2017)
  2. Fix the issue where device cannot register VoLTE after FOTA on some SIM cards
  3. Other global bug fixes, stability and performance improvements

What to do before you update

  • Plug your phone into power, or make sure it's fully charged so that you have ample power to complete the update
  • Make sure you’ve backed up any important data such as photos, contacts and messages

How to get the update

  • The update is approximately 2158 MB when downloaded via Samsung Smart Switch PC on your computer
  • The update is approximately 215.01 MB when downloaded via FOTA (Firmware Over The Air)

Roll-out details

The update will be rolled out progressively as follows:

  • Day 1-3: 10,000 phones are selected at random to be eligible for the update, users will be alerted via FOTA Push Message or will need to check for the update manually
  • Day 4-13: an additional 10% of the remaining pool are selected at random to be eligible for the update, users will need to check for the update manually
  • Day 14: All phones are eligible for update

What are the technical details?

Android version: 7.0
Baseband version: G935FXXU1DQEF
Kernel version: 3.18.14-11104523 dpi@SWDG9813 #1 Tue May 16  15:10:52 KST 2017
Build number: NRD90M. G935FXXU1DQEF
AP: G935FXXU1DQEF
CP: G935FXXU1DQEF
CSC: G935FVAU1DQEF
Android security patch level: 1 May 2017
IMEI-SV: 13
 

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