Samsung released February 2021 update first for the Galaxy S20 series in Europe. Now the February 2021 security patch is heading towards the AT&T Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Tab A (8.4), and Verizon Galaxy A10e carrier models.
FYI, Samsung has already pushed the latest March 2021 security patches for multiple devices, and more devices are being added to this list.
Good thing is that carrier models are also catching up and receiving the February 2021 security patch. Talking about the update for the AT&T Galaxy Z Flip, the update arrives with software version F700USQU3DUB6.
The February 2021 security patch for AT&T Galaxy Z Flip weighs around 1.3GB in size. So, make sure to download this update on a stable and fast internet connection to avoid any download issues.
The point to mention here is that, as per the official changelog, the update for AT&T Galaxy Z Flip arrives with One UI 3.1 based on Android 11. Further, it also removes Messaging as a platform (MaaP)
On the other hand, the AT&T Galaxy Tab A (8.4) February 2021 security patch is seeding with software version T307USQU5BUA3. Notably, the update weighs 127MB in size.
Verizon Galaxy A10e bags the February 2021 security patch with build BUB1
Verizon is also not far behind and is pushing the February 2021 security patch for Galaxy A10e with software version A102USQU9BUB1.
Apart from the AT&T Galaxy Z Flip, which is receiving One UI 3.1 Android 11 update bundled with February 2021 security patch, all the other units, i.e. AT&T Galaxy Tab A (8.4) and Verizon Galaxy A10e, are picking up the incremental security update.
For more information on the official changelog, you can head over here for AT&T Galaxy Z Flip, and here for the AT&T Galaxy Tab A (8.4) devices. Moreover, for Verizon Galaxy A10e, you can head here for the official changelog and more information on the update.
As usual, the carriers are pushing the February 2021 security patch for AT&T Galaxy Z Flip, AT&T Galaxy Tab A (8.4), and Verizon Galaxy A10e via OTA in batches.
This means that the update won’t be available for everyone right away. If the update is live for your device, then you should receive an update notification.
However, in case you did not receive the notification, you can also manually check for the update. For that, you need to head over to “Settings”.
Then, you need to go to “System updates”, and finally tap the “Download and install” option. The updater will check for the update and will begin the downloading and installation if a new update is available.
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