AT&T updates Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets
AT&T introduced WiFi calling to its users a few months ago when the feature became available with the LG G4 handset. In the meantime, Samsung Galaxy S6 Active and LG K10 received it as well. Now, the time has finally arrived for Samsung's latest flagships, namely the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge.
The new firmware that has begun its rollout yesterday to AT&T Galaxy S7 (SM-G930A) models has around 600 MB in size. The Galaxy S7 receives version MMB29M.G930AUCU2APG1, while its sibling gets MMB29M.G935AUCU2APG1. The new features and improvements are the same: WiFi calling, the latest security patches, Setup and Transfer tweaks, IPME advanced messaging, and AMBS Phase 3 (AT&T Messages Backup & Sync).
Since this is an OTA update, every targeted device should get the notification in a few days. However, those in a hurry can always go to Settings > About device > Software update > Check for updates and then start the update.
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