Galaxy Note 8 gets July security update ahead of Galaxy Note 20 launch

Everybody at Samsung might be busy making ready for the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 launch, however that hasn’t stopped the corporate from persevering with to push out safety updates to its current Observe flagships. The Galaxy Note 8 has been getting security updates regularly these last couple of months, and it’s now getting one other new replace. This one brings with it the July 2020 safety patch.

The Galaxy Observe Eight is nearly three years old at this point, so it received’t shock you that the brand new replace has nothing besides the most recent safety patch to supply. The July patch brings fixes for four critical Android OS vulnerabilities and 17 vulnerabilities that Samsung found in its personal software program. It additionally fixes a bug that may trigger a telephone to restart or get caught in a boot loop when a sure sort of wallpaper was utilized. For extra particulars on this month’s safety patch, you possibly can take a look at Samsung’s official safety bulletin here.

The July safety replace, carrying firmware model N950FXXSCDTF1, for the Observe Eight is at present out there for the Exynos mannequin in Chile and Argentina. It’s more likely to develop to extra markets quickly, and to examine if it’s out in your nation, you possibly can open the telephone’s Settings app, choose Software program replace, and faucet Obtain and set up. The newest firmware can be out there in our firmware archive, which you’ll set up in your telephone utilizing a Home windows pc.

  • Mannequin: SM-N950F
  • Dimensions: Bar: 162.5 x 74.Eight x 8.6 mm
  • Show: 6.three inch / 160.02 mm Tremendous AMOLED Show
  • CPU: Exynos 8895
  • Digicam: 12MP


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