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Samsung has been fairly fast to replace their units with the most recent safety patches previously couple of years, and it appears to be like like not a lot goes to alter for the month of September. The corporate is constant to replace its lineup of telephones from the previous few years, beginning with the Exynos Galaxy Note9.
The brand new firmware for the Note9 carries model quantity N960FXXS6ETHB. Apart from the immediate safety patch, we’re unsure what else is included, because the changelog is not but out there. The over-the-air replace is out there now within the DBT area, which is Samsung code for Germany. This goes with out saying, however for those who do discover the replace firmware floating round on-line, don’t flash it in your Snapdragon-powered Note9s.
This submit will function the roundup for Samsung telephones up to date with the September 2020 patch. We’ll replace it when this newest patch begins trickling all the way down to extra telephones from the Korean tech large.
Following within the footsteps of Note9, the Galaxy A21s, A51, A70, S10, and Word 10 have additionally picked up the September patch. For the S10, this was included with the One UI 2.5 replace, which we cover in more detail here. Like the S10, the Note10 and Note10+ have had One UI 2.5 bundled into September’s bulletin, benefiting from wireless DeX and proper gesture navigation with custom launchers, to name but a few new features coming to older Samsung flagships. So far this rollout has only reached Switzerland.
As for the remaining budget devices, the update is still on One UI 2.1 and contains nothing more than the bump to September’s security patch. That trio has only been updated in Russia and Ukraine, with more regions soon to follow.
Note20 and Note20 Ultra
SamMobile is reporting that the Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra are now receiving the Semptember update, which carries a build number of N98XFXXS1ATH9. Since both phones shipped with One UI 2.5, there don’t appear to be any functional changes or new features beyond the regular security patches.
Galaxy S9, Note8
The September security update is now rolling out to the European Galaxy Note8 (SM-N950F), with a wider rollout expected soon. It carries a firmware version of N950FXXUDDTH1, and is still based on Android 9 Pie, so it doesn’t include the improvements in One UI 2.5.
The Galaxy S9 is also starting to receive the patch, with a version number of G96xFXXSBETH2. While it doesn’t include One UI 2.5 features either, SamMobile reports that Samsung is still testing One UI 2.5 for the S9, S9+, and Note9.
T-Mobile has updated its support website to list new system updates for its versions of the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Note9. However, only the update for the Note9 seems to include the September patch. The other updates are still on the August security level, according to reports on Reddit (via TmoNews), and primarily include fixes for T-Cellular’s standalone 5G implementation.
Extra service and unlocked telephones
The month of September has virtually come to a detailed, however there are nonetheless extra Samsung telephones which can be simply now receiving this month’s safety patch. The replace is now rolling out to the AT&T Note9, Z Flip, S9, and S9+. On Verizon, the Galaxy A51, A50, S9, and S9+ are in line to get the OTA.
Apart from service variants, SamMobile reviews that the September replace is now rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and S8, the primary improve for the telephones since Might.
AT&T phones, Verizon S10e
Another day, another pile of Samsung phones being updated to the September security patch. AT&T is now rolling out the update to the Note10 series, Galaxy S10 series, and original Galaxy Fold. The Fold’s update is only around 210MB, but the download size for the Note10 series and S10 series is closer to 1-1.4GB.
The Galaxy S10e on Verizon is also receiving the update, with a build number of QP1A.190711.020.G970USQU4ETH7.