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Galaxy J7 Pro gets an update with the November security patch

The Galaxy J7 Pro was launched as a more feature-packed version of the Galaxy J7 (2017) in a handful of markets, offering Samsung Pay support and higher internal storage. It was updated with the October security patch last month in some of the countries where it is available, and Samsung is now pushing the security fixes for the month of November to the beefed-up Galaxy J7 (2017).

Galaxy J7 Pro November security patch

The update is rolling out in Paraguay, but it will hopefully expand to other markets in the coming days, especially as the November security patch is an important one. In addition to plugging 61 Android vulnerabilities and six Samsung ones, the November update brings a fix for the KRACK exploit that affects millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices. There have been no reports of major exploitation of the KRACK vulnerability, but it’s an critical fix nonetheless.

To get the new update on your Galaxy J7 Pro, head into the phone’s settings, tap Software update, followed by Download updates manually. We also have the firmware available in our database. Got the update on your Galaxy J7 Pro in your country? Let us know by leaving a comment!

Firmware Details:

Model SM-J730G
Model name Galaxy J7 Pro
Country

Version Android 7.0
Changelist 12497245
Build date Tue, 31 Oct 2017 11:16:11 +0000
Security Patch Level 2017-11-01
Product code PSP
PDA J730GUBU2AQJ3
CSC J730GPSP2AQJ3

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