Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update is one of the most anticipated updates to Verizon’s line of phones. This update has been long awaited by die-hard fans who are eagerly awaiting new features and bug fixes. The following blog post will cover 9 things that only die-hard fans get about this software update.
Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update is coming soon.
This update will bring new features and bug fixes to Verizon phones that have been long awaited by die hard fans.
Some of the most anticipated changes, according to die hard fans are a dark mode for messaging, improved Bluetooth connectivity, better battery life, ability to lock apps with a fingerprint scanner or password on each type of phone and more. The list goes on forever!
Please note that this blog post does not include any bullet points.*
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In this blog post, we will discuss the Verizon Advanced Devices software update. We’ll go over some of the most common questions I’ve seen on social media and in email from our customers.
What is it? The Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update (ADSW) changes how your device’s operating system interacts with applications running on a newly discovered or modified kernel exploit. This new approach provides an additional layer of protection for devices that would otherwise be vulnerable to hacking by cyber criminals seeking unauthorized access into or through these devices.
Frequent updating can help protect against vulnerabilities found in any given moment; however, there are times where advanced malware techniques make quick fixes ineffective after only two days when previously they may have remained undetected for months.
When is it coming? Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update (ADSW) will be pushed to your device automatically on November 15th, 2018 at 12:01am Eastern Time.
Why do I need this update when my phone has security updates installed already? The Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update (ADSW) changes how a device’s operating system interacts with applications running on a newly discovered or modified kernel exploit. This new approach provides an additional layer of protection for devices that would otherwise be vulnerable to hacking by cyber criminals seeking unauthorized access into or through these devices in the future..
What does it fix? The Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update (ADSW) will take existing software security measures and upgrade them to prevent potential unauthorized access into a device. These enhanced security features are designed so that hackers can no longer use known exploits or malicious applications in order to gain entry, deceive users with phishing attacks, steal data from the user’s device including sensitive financial information like credit card numbers and personal contacts list, or execute ransomware on your devices leaving you without the ability to view any of your files..
How do I know if my phone is affected by this update? Your current Android operating system version may be compatible with ADSW; however not all versions are guaranteed. When checking for updates after November 15th, 2016, you will be prompted to download the latest software release.
The new ADSW update requires Android Lollipop v53 or higher. If your current version is below this number then Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update may not work with your phone and it’s recommended that you contact the manufacturer of your device for assistance.
After downloading and installing this update from November 15th – December 31st, 2016: Your data connection should function as normal; however if problems persist after updating please call our customer care team at (88) 211-088 or visit us online at myverizonwireless.com/support/. Our trained agents are available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year to assist customers who have questions about our products and services.
Verizon Advanced Devices Software Update is compatible with the following devices:
Galaxy Note II (N0AP) – N/A, March 23rd, 2014 OS update required before ADSW upgrade could be applied; • Droid Razr M XT905 – Build 22.21.13 test 14 “KTU84P” or higher for Lollipop v53 compatibility; • HTC One X+ 13MP59R – Android Jelly Bean v44 and higher are supported on this device model but build number must match “JRO03C”;