Samsung Galaxy Note 10 receives update with January 2020 security patches

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 receives update with January 2020 security patches

Late last year, Samsung started rolling out One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 for a couple of its devices. Among these were devices in the Galaxy S and Note series, along with a couple of devices in the budget-friendly Galaxy M series. The Galaxy Note 10 also received the One UI 2.0 update featuring all the new features introduced in Android 10, along with some One UI specific changes. As part of the update, the Galaxy Note 10 also received Android security patches for December 2019. Now, the company is rolling out another update for the device with the Android security patches for January 2020.

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As reported by Sammobile, the update package with the software version N970FXXS1BSLD is now rolling out to devices in the Galaxy Note 10 series in Germany. The update doesn’t include any new features aside from the latest Android security patches. Samsung has been doing a great job of keeping a majority of its devices up to date with the latest monthly security patches and the company began rolling out the January 2020 security patch before its official changelog was even published. Other than the Galaxy Note 10 series, the Samsung Galaxy A10, A10s, A20, A30, A50, and Galaxy Tab S5e have all received the January 2020 security patches.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ users in Germany should receive the update notification any time soon. In case the update notification hasn’t shown up already, you can try to manually trigger it by heading to the Software update section in the device settings. Alternatively, you can download the update package for your device from the links below and install it manually.

One UI 2.0 Update (N970FOXM1BSL7) for the Galaxy Note 10

One UI 2.0 Update (N975FOXM1BSL7) for the Galaxy Note 10+

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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