These days, not only a flagship device that has an opportunity to get the get the latest updates from its manufacturer, mid-range smartphones can also get the same opportunity. This is proved by the release of Android 5.1.1 for Verizon Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360V) with G360VVRU3BOH3 software version. However, it could be a bad news for geek users who want to get root, as new software usually makes a device becomes tougher to be exploited.
As we know, only a few users are able to get root on the Verizon Galaxy Core Prime while it is still running KitKat. Those who have rooted using a specific version of iRoot app, an one-click utility to gain root on numerous Android devices. As far as we know, until now no one has managed to gain superuser privileges on a Lollipop update for this phone.
The Android 5.1.1 is a great upgrade for your device that shipped with KitKat. It fixes many existing bugs that can be found in the initial Lollipop version, you can expect stunning brand new Google Material powered user interface, smooth animations, vivid color themes, and many more.
In addition to the last version of Lollipop, this software version also comes with important security patches to fix stagefright vulnerability that many Android users bothered not too long ago. This is serious security issues, as your personal data can be easily compromised by just send you an MMS message. So besides loaded with new OS, the OH3 update also making you feel safer.