The company has seemingly confirmed the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge handsets have reached the end of the road, as we approach their third birthday.


The 2015 handsets will no longer receive the monthly or quarterly security patches, judging by the relevant page on the Samsung Mobile website.

Originally, the S6 Edge+ and S6 Active devices had also been removed from the list, but they’ve since returned to the monthly update schedule.

As AndroidPolice points out, this move makes sense given the S6 Edge+ and S6 Active were released a few months after the originals.

Until recently, all four devices had been updated with the latest patches on a month-by-month basis.This surely removes any lingering hope of Samsung upgrading the S6 range to the Android Oreo operating system. Not that it was ever that likely, but this probably kills dead those rumours. At least Galaxy S6 owners can take comfort from the fact they are running the Android Nougat operating system. That’s more than owners of around 70% of Android device owners can say.


  • Make sure your mobile has 70% of charge.
  • Don’t turn of mobile while software was updating.
  • Keep the mobile in a place don’t use anymore for 30 mints.


Please wait for a while for the oreo update because the galaxy s7 edge variants are did’t got the update yet. i was personally using the the galaxy s7 edge so i dont have any about the galaxy s6 edge details .
It may take some time to update so ready for your device new software in these oreo update was good in my s7 edge no problems i faced yet.


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