The August 2022 Android security patch is being swiftly distributed to Samsung’s eligible devices. The business has already seeded the most recent security upgrade to dozens of smartphone models, including the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. The update was first made available to the Galaxy S22 series last week. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 are the newest members of the Galaxy smartphone family to join the fray today.
For users in Switzerland, the August SMR (Security Maintenance Release) for the Galaxy Note 10 series is presently rolling out . The update, which has firmware version N97*FXXU8HVGA, includes the customary upgrades to system stability. There are no brand-new features or user-friendly adjustments coming.
However, when it comes to addressing vulnerabilities, the most recent security patch has a lot to offer. The August SMR addresses over thirty vulnerabilities, starting with Android OS. These updates are from Google, and the company behind Android has classified one problem as critical. It was an Android system weakness, identified by the tracker CVE-2022-20345, that permitted remote code execution over Bluetooth.
Advertisement Additionally, 31 SVE (Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures) issues have been patched by Samsung this month. Only the Android goods made by Korean companies, such as smartphones and tablets, are impacted by these problems. Core device features like Samsung DeX, NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Knox VPN, and App Lock were among the SVEs that were patched this month. Some of those were classified as critical defects by the company.
These patches are currently on their way to Switzerland users of either Galaxy Note 10 model. The most recent security upgrade will soon be made available to users in other countries, including the US. As per usual, as soon as the OTA (over the air) package becomes accessible to you, your phone will let you know. From the Settings app, you may manually check for updates as well.
THEREFORE, THE GALAXY NOTE 10 SERIES 13 Android Ahead of us comes Android 13. Early in the next month, Google is anticipated to release the Pixel smartphones’ stable build. Soon, additional brands will do the same. However, you’re out of luck if you’re utilizing a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10. Your phone will not receive the most recent Android update.
Advertisement The Galaxy Note 10 series, which debuted with Android 9 Pie back in August 2019, has already gotten the three significant Android OS updates that Samsung promised: Android 10, Android 11, and Android 12. They won’t get any further significant feature updates. Future security patches would also arrive less regularly. It might be time for you to upgrade to a newer phone.