The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 10 are presently accepting the December 2019 security fix — ahead of the Google Pixel.
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 9 latest security patch
Samsung is having some fantastic luck with refreshes as of late, having begun the open rollout of Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 as of now. Kudos to the Korean organization for improving the speed of security features.
The OTA update is currently taking off in more than 25 European markets for the team of Note flagship gadgets.
The December 2019 security fix is currently turning out for the opened Galaxy S10 in the United States. The natural difference between the Exynos and Snapdragon models imply that it regularly takes a short time before the US adaptation (with the Snapdragon chipset) gets similar updates.
Samsung appears to have put the pedal to the metal as of late with updates and with the looming arrival of Android 10, this may have been another catalyst for the fix turning out unexpectedly early. Make certain to make a beeline for Settings > System updates.
For those of you with the Galaxy Note 10, the firmware version N97*FXXS1ASKB is the work with the December 2019 security fix you’ll be searching for.
On the other hand, on the off chance that you have the Galaxy Note 9 the firmware manufacturer, you’ll be awaiting is N960FXXS4CSK2 — even though the rollout has just been affirmed in Germany at present.
We’re trusting that the Note 10 gets the full Android 10 update in the coming a long time after the S10 and S10+ have just begun getting the full OS redesign in certain regions.
If this steady security fix is any sign, we’ll have half a month longer to hang tight for OneUI 2.0 on the most recent Samsung flagship. That likewise lines up with the Android 10 guide that insights at a January 2020 release for the Note 10 — and late January 2020 for the Note 9.
If you have gotten the December to fix on your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 9, make certain to tell us down in the comment area underneath. Make certain for your device Settings > System update board to check if you have the update sitting tight for your device.
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