Samsung has almost done with May 2022 security update for its flagships after rolling out this month’s security patch for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, and Galaxy Z Flip 3 & Fold 3. Recently, the company kicked off the same update for the Galaxy Note 10 global variant.
Now, the Verizon Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G getting a new software update with a firmware version N970USQS7HVD1, N975USQS7HVD1, and N976VVRS7HVD1 respectively.
The OTA brings the May 2022 security patch with 49 vulnerabilities fixes related to privacy & security and improved overall system stabilities of your device.
The update is said to be live in the US on the Verizon network for the carrier-locked Galaxy Note 10 trio currently and will see a wider rollout soon. The update is expected to reach more devices soon.
If you have not received the update yet, you can manually check for the software update on their Samsung Galaxy handsets by heading to Settings > Software update > Download and install. Users also have the option to grab the new release directly from Samsung’s Firmware Update Server (FUS) and flash it manually on their Galaxy device.
Samsung launched Galaxy Note 10 series back in January 2020 with Android 10 based on One UI 2.5 update, early last year company kicked off One UI 3.1 based on Android 11 for these smartphones. Currently these devices are running on Android 12 based on One UI 4.1 update.
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