AT&T releases Stagefright fix for Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4
Patching the Stagefright vulnerability is a high-priority task for all carriers around the world these days and AT&T became the second in the US to solve the problem. Sprint was the first to release the update, and now AT&T unleashes a similar patch for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy Note 4 handsets on its network.
SamMobile reports that AT&T has just began to roll out an update that only comes with "device security enhancement" and nothing more. Unfortunately, it looks like the official update page is not available yet. Nevertheless, it is obvious that updated devices should no longer be susceptible to the Stagefright vulnerability. The source did not mention if this update also brings the Android version up to date, as it is the case with the new firmware from Sprint.
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