Find the Software Version of your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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Have you just become the owner of an used Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge? You are aware of the fact that buying such a smartphone comes with a few major risks, but if it’s in good condition, then it can really save you some money.

Smartphone makers are simply unrestless and release new devices every year, but you cannot always afford them. Since people always have the wish to upgrade, you can get an amazing price on a used smartphone such as Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge which has been around only for a few months, so this might be your chance.

If you’re getting a fair deal, enjoy it and start discovering as much as possible about it. For example, one of the first things that you are probably interested about is to find the software version from your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Keep in mind that unlocked and rooted devices are not supported when it comes to receiving OTA updates, not to mention that since this is a phone which has been already used, the warranty can also be an issue.

Learn more about this topic from the guide on How to Wisely Buy a Used Smartphone

Getting back to the software version from your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, you can easily check it with the help of some simple steps. To be more precise, here’s what you have to do:

Find the software version on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge:

  1. From the Home screen, you have to touch Apps;
  2. Up next, do not hesitate to go into Settings;
  3. Find your way towards SYSTEM;
  4. Get to the About device section;
  5. Here you can see Baseband version on your mobile device:
    G925AUCU2AOF4 – it was released on 8/10/2015 and it includes some Android OS Security Enhancements (Stagefright);
    G925PVPU2BOFE – this version was released on 07/13/2015 and it offers multiple Bug Fixes and Enhancements;
    G925PVPU2B0F7 – this version has been available since 06/30/2015 and it provides OS upgrade to Android 5.1 (Lollipop), along with some small bug fixes;
    G925PVPU1AOE2 – it was released on 05/11/2015, including only some bug fixes;
    G925PVPU1AOCF – this is the Initial release from 04/07/2015.

Isn’t the device running on the most recent version? Then, connect to a Wi-Fi network in order to avoid unnecessary data charges (as long as file size can vary from one update to another) and back up your important data in order to avoid any data loss. Now, you can check if there is any other version waiting for you:

  1. First of all, from the Home screen, you must touch Apps;
  2. Go to Settings;
  3. Touch the SYSTEM tab;
  4. Then, just touch About device;
  5. Touch Software update;
  6. Then, you have to touch Check for updates;
  7. Confirm your action by tapping OK;
  8. If another system update is indeed available, you have to follow all the prompts to download and install the update.

Depending on how many versions your software is behind the latest version, do not hesitate to repeat this procedure multiple times.

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Popa Loredana

Loredana has graduated Communication and Public Relations and works as a copywriter for over three years. She uses technology every day ( just as anyone else having her age ), but somehow things turned into something more than that. She just loves to discover more about what’s new and interesting, so why not combining that with her passion for writing? Here, on Android Flagship she contributes articles regarding the best choices that you could take when it comes to the latest Android releases and not only and she promises to keep you updated.