AT&T pushing October 2020 security patch for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in the US
AT&T started rolling out October 2020 security patch update to Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in the United States. Recently, the other carriers of the country have rolled out the latest security patch for its Galaxy Note 10 series devices.
According to the information, this update comes with a software version of N970USQS4DTI1 and N975USQS4DTI1 for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ respectively. It weighs around 210MB for each device.
- Security patch level
Aside from the October 2020 security patch, the changelog doesn’t mention any new improvements or system optimizations.
How to check for updates
- Make sure your device is fully charged and connected to Wi-Fi.
- From the device home screen, swipe down from the Notification bar and select Settings.
- Scroll to and select Software update, then Check for updates.
- Follow the on-screen prompts to download and install the update. The device automatically restarts once the new software successfully installs.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus February 2023 update improves Keyboard performance
Verizon is rolling out the second February 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus in the US. This update applies the latest security patch to enhance the security of the devices as well as improve Keyboard performance.
The Korean tech giant first released the February 2023 patch for the Galaxy S8 Plus with One UI 5.1 update in early March. Now, Verizon Galaxy S8 Plus users are enjoying another update before the month of March is over.
The latest update also enhances the functions of the Galaxy S8 Plus keyboard to provide a better typing experience. In addition, it mends some bug fixes to optimize the stability of the devices.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus receives February 2023 update at Verizon network with One UI build X808USQU2BWC1. The update is currently rolling out for carrier-locked Tab S8 Plus users in the US.
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You can check the latest update through the Settings app of your devices. Once you open the app, tap on the Download and install option under Software Update.
Before you download the update, make sure to connect your device to Wi-Fi or a strong Verizon wireless network connection. Also, ensure your battery is fully charged before starting the software update.
Samsung Galaxy A52 4G starts getting March 2023 One UI 5.1 update
Samsung has begun releasing a new software update for Galaxy A52 4G users, which brings the latest security patch released in the month of March 2023.
Users of 4G models of Samsung Galaxy A52 4G can identify the latest update via version A525FXXS5DWC2 and will have to download a 210. 86 megabytes software package to install the update.
According to the information, Samsung is sending this new firmware for Galaxy A52 4G with March 2023 system optimization update. The latest security patch fixes several vulnerability exposures for improved system security, you can check the counts mentioned in the document below.
- Critical – 5
- High – 35
- Moderate – 0
- Already fixed – 4
- Not applicable – 5
The latest update is currently available in India and the company will soon make it available in more countries. However, the 5G variant of Samsung Galaxy A52 has already started receiving March 2023 update in Europe.
The latest software update for the Galaxy A52 4G comes only after One UI 5.1. However, the update won’t erase your personal data but it is suggested that you back up any important files ahead of the installation.
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You can install the update easily through your smartphone’s Settings >> open Software Update section >> Download and install.
Verizon rolling out February patch to Samsung Galaxy S10, days before April 2023
Verizon starts rolling out February 2023 security patch to Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus. Recently, T-Mobile released the same leveled Android patches to the company’s legendary smartphone lineup launched in 2019.
According to Verizon, the February 2023 update brings performance improvements and the most up-to-date Android security patch on your Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10 Plus device. Since no major OS support is left, the S10 series is approaching the end of support list.
- Galaxy S10e – G970USQU8IWB5
- Galaxy S10 – G973USQU8IWB5
- Galaxy S10 Plus – G975USQU8IWB5
- The current software update provides performance improvements and the most up to date Android security patches on your device.
How to download and install:
Your Samsung smartphone will notify you to download and install the new update when it gets available. Meanwhile, there’s an easy way to force installation manually by navigating to the device’s Settings, followed by Software update and Download and install.
Era of longer support begins?
Last year, Samsung announced that select Galaxy A series phones will get major One UI upgrades up to four generations. And the support further expanded for this year’s Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 smartphones along with the Galaxy flagships.
Well, the most interesting part is, the Korean tech giant is now offering four generations of Android + One UI updates to select Galaxy M series smartphones. Just recently, the company launched the Galaxy M54 5G, which brings flagship-like software support.
What about the S10 flagships?
Back in 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 series with Android 9-based One UI 1.1 out of the box. The devices were eligible for just three years of Android OS upgrades and ended up their feature-rich firmware lifecycle with the Android 12-based One UI 4.1.
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