Galaxy J7 (2017) now receiving routine maintenance update in Europe

Samsung has released its first routine maintenance update—J730FXXU1AQI5—for the Galaxy J7 (2017) in Europe. The upgrade transports all of the changes baked into August’s security release, which includes patches for twenty-eight Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures in the Android operating system and twelve in the firm’s firmware, in addition to a patch for the BlueBorne security vulnerability.

Related: Samsung rolls out security patches to fix BlueBorne vulnerability

The OTA is making the rounds in the Netherlands at the moment

From what we can tell, the update is only making the rounds in the Netherlands, but it should make its way to other countries in Europe in the not-too-distant future. To check to see if it’s ready for your Galaxy J7 (2017) open up Settings, select About Device, then tap Download Updates Manually. Alternatively, you can you can always wait until you receive a notification instructing you install the OTA.

Model SM-J730F
Model name Galaxy J7
Country
Version Android 7.0
Changelist 12310155
Build date Fri, 22 Sep 2017 05:52:36 +0000
Security Patch Level 2017-08-01
Product code PHN
PDA J730FXXU1AQI5
CSC J730FPHN1AQI1

 

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