Saturday, November 28, 2020

Verizon rolling out 5G support for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus along with November 2020 security patch

Verizon has started to roll out a new software update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G and Tab S7+ 5G tablets in the US. This update brings the latest security patch for security and 5G support for better network quality.

According to the changelog of this update for Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+, it comes with Verizon’s 5G Nationwide access. After installing this firmware update on your device, a 5G icon will appear when you’re in the carrier’s 5G Nationwide coverage area.

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Adding to this, it also installs the November 2020 security patch which increases the security level of your Galaxy Tabs for better protection. You can also check the official changelog that is attached below.

Software versions:

  • T878USQU1ATJB – Galaxy Tab S7
  • T978USQU1ATJB – Galaxy Tab S7+

What’s changing:

The current software update:

  • 5G Nationwide access to your device!

5G Nationwide is available in 1,800+ cities. You’ll see a 5G icon when you’re in a 5G Nationwide coverage area. For more information about 5G Nationwide, see our 5G Mobile FAQs.

  • The most up to date Android security patches on your device.

If you’re from the United States and chosen Verizon as your network service provider, then check for the latest update manually by following the steps given below.

  • Settings
  • Software updates
  • Download and install.


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