Wednesday, June 23, 2021
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Improvements for call and message rolling out for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 via new update

Samsung pushed a new software update to the Galaxy Note 9 devices in South Korea. This new update brings improvements to the system applications as well as the camera app. Aside from the features, it installs the December 2020 security patch for better device security.

According to the latest information, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 grabbing new stability improvements for the calling and messaging app. Adding to this, it also enhances one of the popular features of the camera app – Quick Take.

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The “Quick Take” is a feature of the camera app that is initially introduced for the Galaxy S20 series. It lets you shoot pictures from all the camera lenses of the phone at the same time, then, the user can choose which picture they like to save. Later, the company has given this feature for its various devices.

However, this new firmware update is currently rolling out in South Korea, so it may take some time to hit the global Galaxy Note 9 variants. You can also check the complete update log of this firmware update below.

What’s new:

  • Build Version: N960NKSU3FTK1
  • Message app stabilization code applied.
  • Call-related stabilization code applied.
  • Quick Take (Camera shooting) usability improvement.
  • Terminal security-related stabilization code applied.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 getting a new update in Canada:

Aside from these new features, Samsung is also rolling out December 2020 security patch for the Galaxy Note 9 devices in Canada. It can be identified via firmware version N960WVLS5FTK2.

HERE’S HOW TO CHECK FOR UPDATES:

  • Open Device Settings
  • Find the Software updates option
  • Tap on Download and install button.

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James Lee Taylor
James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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