Verizon rolling out Wi-Fi fixes for Galaxy S7, S7 edge

Verizon is now pushing out updates for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The updates correct Wi-Fi issues that these phones may be experiencing, and changes the software version number to MMB29M.G930VVRU2APB5 for the Galaxy S7 and MMB29M.G935VVRU2APB5 for the S7 edge.

The update apparently "improves Wi-Fi connectivity" on Marshmallow (that's a thing we've noticed on the Verizon models) and also fixes:

  • Trouble connecting to the internet
  • Frequent data disconnections
  • Problems while loading files or web pages

Verizon also says that the update contains "Android security updates," though following the update, your phone will still be on the February Android security patch.

If you haven't already received an update notification, you can check for it manually. To do so, simply head to your Settings, About device and then check for the update.

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