Verizon Pushed Updates to the Turbo 2, Note 4, and Galaxy S5 Within the Past Few Days

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Just a quick note here, but we wanted to point out that owners of a DROID Turbo 2, Galaxy Note 4, or Galaxy S5 on Verizon should have seen a prompt for an update in recent days. No, none of the updates are anything exciting, but our inboxes and Twitter accounts have made it clear that a number of you are curious as to their details. So, here you go. 

The DROID Turbo 2 is getting an update today to SU1.75B: 24.14.16 that “fixes device charging issues.” This update just popped up this morning, so if you aren’t seeing it yet, look for in within the next couple of days.

The Galaxy Note 4 jumped up to software version VRU2CPF3 as earlier as last Friday. The update is the latest security patch from Samsung.

The Galaxy S5 was also updated as early as last Friday, only to software version VRU2DPF4. The update aims to fix “an issue where the device couldn’t be unlocked, even when using the correct PIN or pattern unlock code.” Yikes, that actually sounds like a terrible bug.

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