Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Update to Marshmellow (Android 6.0.1)


    TMobile just pushed out this update and followed with a second update for firmware. I just verified that these are legitimate updates from TMobile Support. Question: Given all the security concerns with hacking and the recent announcement by QualComm of 4 serious security flaws in their newest Android chips, why doesn't TMobile show some concern for the security of its customer's TMobile devices by pushing out notices on alternate contact media, like email or landlines about upcoming software/firmware updates? Apparently, hackers can get control of the devices with the flawed chips by simply getting users to install an App. So some intelligent management of the update process would be greatly appreciated, not to mention a good marketing bullet.

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