Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite: Getting the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update with January 2022 security patch


After the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is now getting the major Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update. Along with several new features, the new update also brings the January 2022 security patch. 


The latest update comes with the software version N770FXXU8FUL7, and it is rolling out in European countries, specifically in France.

If you want to check for the latest software update, just head into the device Settings > Software update menu and tap on Download and install.


MAY 15, 2021

A few days ago, Samsung began to release the May 2021 security update to the Galaxy Note 10 series devices, but it was a bit late compared to the previous launch. However, it was originally released in Germany, and the company still needs to expand its business scope to more regions.

In addition, Samsung has also begun to send new firmware updates to the affordable Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, in certain European markets (mainly in Spain). Identified by the PDA’s internal version number N770FXXU7EUE2, this update comes with the latest Android and One UI patches released in May 2021.

This latest security update provides fixes for multiple CVEs for Samsung and Google. At the same time, it also contains patches for Qualcomm 5G modem vulnerabilities that can steal your call details. In addition, it has enhanced system functions and inventory applications to provide a better user experience.

Previously, Galaxy Note 10 Lite has been upgraded to One UI version 3.1 based on Android 11, which is very important. This update adds some new features, such as Eye Comfort Shield, Private Share, Samsung Free, Google Duo integration, secure image sharing, minor UI adjustments, and system optimization.

Go back to the latest state (if you have a Galaxy Note 10 Lite), and then manually check for software updates by going to the device settings, select the software update, and then click Download and install.


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