Samsung Galaxy S9 +, Galaxy S9 receives December security patch: report
Samsung Galaxy S9 + and Samsung Galaxy S9 have started receiving an OTA update that brings with it the December 2020 Android security patch, according to a report. The update is limited to international smartphone variants as of now. The update for Samsung Galaxy S9 + supposedly carries firmware version G965FXXSCFTK2, while for Samsung Galaxy S9 it is G960FXXSCFTK2. Smartphones received the November 2020 Android security patch early last month.
According to a report By SamMobile, there are no other additions or changes brought to smartphones with the update, apart from the security patch. If you have an eligible Samsung Galaxy S9 + or Samsung Galaxy S9 model, you can check if you have received a notification for the update. If you haven’t, go to Settings> Software update> Download and install to check the availability of the update.
Since the rollout has just started, it may take a few days for the update to reach your Samsung Galaxy S9 + or Samsung Galaxy S9 phone.
Since its launch in 2018, Samsung Galaxy S9 + and Samsung Galaxy S9 have been constantly receiving the latest updates. The telephones received the One user interface 2.5 update in October, which brought support for wireless DeX, improved the Samsung keyboard with a new split mode, added a new YouTube search function, and improved the camera.
At the time of the update, the One U 2.5 was reported to be the latest major update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 + and Samsung Galaxy S9 phones. It was reported that while the phones will continue to receive security patches, they will not receive Android 11. Notably, Samsung Galaxy S9 + and Samsung Galaxy S9 were not mentioned in the chronology For him Android 11 settled down A 3.0 user interface update, published by Samsung a few days ago for devices in Egypt.