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jefbal99    1,387

Troubleshooting this device, trying to get it to connect to my MB.  Did a manual update check for the first time in a month and had a 300+MB update to T377P-VPU2BQH2.  Still Marshmellow 6.0.1, but up to the August 1, 2017 security package.  Build number MMB29M.T377PVPU2BQH2.

 

With the new update, the device has latched onto the B25 10FDD carrier, hasn't touched B41 or the MB yet.  Keeping an eye on SCP for connections changing.

 

QH2 i think indicates September 2nd 2017 build date

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Galaxyguy    537

I just updated my Tab E today to the newest build. It's been since late last year that it got an update, so at least they still are updating the security of it. Did you notice anything else different? It was over 300MB, so I would think that would include something other than security, but I haven't noticed anything else different. 

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jefbal99    1,387
On 9/17/2017 at 4:05 PM, Galaxyguy said:

I just updated my Tab E today to the newest build. It's been since late last year that it got an update, so at least they still are updating the security of it. Did you notice anything else different? It was over 300MB, so I would think that would include something other than security, but I haven't noticed anything else different. 

No changes, that i could tell other than security patches.  But an entire years worth of security patches :)

Samsung is testing/building Android 7 for the Tab E, I'm hopeful for one more release.

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jefbal99    1,387

I'm taking my Tab E to Sprint to have it wiped and the OS reloaded from scratch.  I can't find a tar for the QH2 build recently released.  This is the last suggestion that MB support has.

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