Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, and Samsung Galaxy Note FE are receiving security updates, as per reports. Samsung is reportedly rolling out the 2021 Android security patch to the three phones february. The improvement is most likely rolling out generally in most areas for the Samsung Galaxy S9 series but be seemingly restricted to Southern Korea right now for the Samsung Galaxy Note FE that has been launched right back in 2017.
As per a written report by SamMobile, the 2021 Android security update for Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ carry firmware versions G960FXXSEFUA1 and G965FXXSEFUA1, respectively february. Besides the security upgrade, there seems to be no other features or improvements in the update.
A separate report by the publication states that the February 2021 Android security update for Samsung Galaxy Note FE bears version that is firmware. The smartphone continues to be on Android os 9 with One UI at the top. The improvement because of this phone is apparently rolling down to Southern Korea right now, but will probably expand with other areas quickly.
It is ambiguous if Samsung has added other improvements to your improvement for Samsung Galaxy Note FE or if it just offers the security patch that is latest. In any event, Samsung can be lauded for releasing the 2021 Android security patch so quickly to a phone that was launched more than three years ago.If february you’ve got an Samsung that is eligible Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy S9+, or Samsung Galaxy Note FE but haven’t received the update notification yet, you can check for it manually. Head to Settings > System updates > Check for system updates > Download now > Install update.
It is possible that it will take a days that are few reach finally your Samsung phone.
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