In the latest news of today, it has been stated that the South Korean tech giant has started to push up Security Maintenance Release for all the unlocked variants of the Galaxy S7. In this same context, the update has also been distributed for the un-branded models of the devices like Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus as well.
To make it more elaborate, the upgrade is said to be approximately 350MB, which will aim in fixing up the critical errors of the devices. Errors like Jack audio service enabling malicious applications and even the rectifying errors of sharing the memory.
In order to update the SMR, all you need to do is open Settings and then click to About Device and then Software Update and finally click on Update Now. Beside this you can also wait for the software push notification that will allow you to download the upgrade.
In order to update, you would need to have at least 50% of battery charged. Moreover, it is recommended that you connect the your device to a strong, reliable Wi-Fi network as this would need more time to get updated.