The new patch for Galaxy Note 10 series can be identified via One UI version number N97xFXXS8HWC3. At present, the update is rolling out in select European markets such as Switzerland and we expect a wider availability soon.
Back in 2019, Samsung launched the Note 10 series with Android 9.0 Pie 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.
Samsung April 2023 security Patch
According to the official details, the April 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 fixes a number of CVEs along with flaws related to One UI’s Smart Suggestions function and Exynos modem (which was earlier discovered by Google’s Project Zero team).
April patch includes fixes for SVE-2022-3004 (CVE-2023-21473), SVE-2022-3001 (CVE-2023-21472) and SVE-2022-2755 (CVE-2023-21467). These vulnerabilities may have affected your device, letting a physical attacker execute arbitrary code in the bootloader.
Your Samsung smartphone will notify you to download and install the new update when available. Meanwhile, there’s an easy way to manually force installation by navigating to the device’s Settings, then a Software update, and Download and install.
More Samsung Galaxy A53 users getting September 2023 security update
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G smartphone users already got the September 2023 security update in Europe. Now, the company has started releasing this update for Galaxy A53 5G in more countries including India.
September 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy A53 5G smartphone in India comes with One UI build version A536EXXS7CWIS and an updated package size of 216.68MB.
The new firmware improves the system security, stability, and performance of your smartphone to provide a seamless and uninterrupted user experience without any lagging or freezing errors. It fixes over 60 issues to improve the security of the device.
— Samsung Software Updates (@SamsungSWUpdate) September 23, 2023
If you have received a notification of the latest update, then check and install it now through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra One UI Software Update Tracker
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is eligible for new software update until February 2028. Within its five-year software update lifespan, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will receive a number of new security patches, and feature drops as well as a total of 4 Android upgrades by Samsung.
The company listed the Galaxy S23 Ultra along with the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus for new software updates on a monthly basis. This means, your device will get the latest Android patches every month until February 2027 (at least four years).
S23 Ultra Software — Current Status
- [Stable] Android & One UI — Android 13 & One UI 5.1
- [Beta 4] Android & One UI — Android 14 & One UI 6
- [One UI] Security Patch — September 2023
- [Android] Google Play System — August 2023
Future Software Update [Expected]
Samsung will provide a total of four major OS upgrades and five years of security patches.
- [Beta 5] Android 14 & One UI 6 — October [Download Page]
- [Stable] Android 14 & One UI 6.0 — October 2023
- October 2023 Android security patch — Rolling out with Beta 4
- September 2023 Android security patch — Rolling out in several countries
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Samsung Galaxy S22 grabs September 2023 update in India
Samsung is releasing the September 2023 update for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones in India. The new update installs the latest security patch to improve system security and stability.
September 2023 security update for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series in India arrives with the One UI build version mentioned below.
- Galaxy S22 – S901EXXS7CWH6
- Galaxy S22 Plus – S906EXXS7CWH6
- Galaxy S22 Ultra – S908EXXS7CWH6
The installtion package size of this update is 389.60MB. This update focuses mainly on security fixes and does not introduce any new features or changes. According to the changelog, the update fixes over 60 issues found in smartphones and tablets in the previous version.
You can install the update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.