Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy A50, Galaxy S9 Get November Patch: Reports
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy A50 and Samsung Galaxy S9 series are now receiving the November 2020 security update, according to reports. Both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + phones are receiving the new firmware update with the November 2020 security patch. Users in Germany are reportedly receiving it currently, and other markets in Europe should receive it soon. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite users with the SM-N770F model in Spain are also receiving the latest security patch. The company details that the November 2020 patch fixes five critical vulnerabilities, along with a number of other high and moderate threats.
Sammobile reports that he Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is receiving the November 2020 Android security update. The rollout is gradual and has reached users in Spain. Samsung The launch of the model number SM-N770F in Europe has reportedly started and users should be notified in the coming weeks. Same post reports the beginning of the November 2020 patch release for the Samsung Galaxy A50 too. The update is rolling out to select variants for now, and the firmware version is reported to be A505FNXXS5BTJ4. It is a gradual release and users should keep looking for the update in Settings.
Both of them Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + are also getting the November 2020 update, SamMobile reports. The update is rolling out for uses in Germany, and other European markets should receive the update soon. For all the eligible phones listed above, head to Settings> Software Update> Download & Install.
the November 2020 security patch update Samsung fixes five critical bugs, 29 high threats and 31 moderate threats as well. It also fixes five Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) that made it possible to bypass factory reset protection through the secure folder. The update also fixes a bug that allowed the S Secure application to be exploited and access the Gallery. The S Secure app is only available to users in China and India. This update also fixes a vulnerability plagued by phones running on Exynos 990 SoC and running on Android 10. This bug allowed threat actors to execute arbitrary code leading to possible exposure of sensitive data.