Samsung has announced that it has started rolling out the latest Android security update (February security patch) to all the major flagship models, including Galaxy S5, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note5 unlocked variants in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. The update includes patches from both Google and Samsung.
The latest security update brings fixes for 10 security loopholes and 7 major vulnerabilities in Android including a Qualcomm Wi-Fi driver fix and an error that could’ve allowed hackers to remotely access your device by just a text message. Unfortunately, the South Korean manufacturer could not publish the entire change-log for this upgrade.
The update is rolling out Over-The-Air (OTA) in stages, so it may be take a few days before your device pops up that notification for you. You can always check for the latest software update manually by heading to Settings -> About Device -> Software Update.