Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have begun collecting a new software update that installs the August 2022 Android security patch in the US. The firmware is released for the carrier-locked unit however, it will also expand to carrier-unlocked users shortly.
According to the new information, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 August 2022 update brings improvements to system security and stability. This will help in protecting your phone from bugs and viruses and will ensure that you will not have to face common issues like app crashing or system lagging.
Other than these, the official support page mentions fixes for a bunch of privacy and security-related issues and vulnerabilities. These exposures are related to Samsung Knox, Samsung Dex, Samsung Diwer, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, MAC security, and much more.
Besides these, there’s nothing that the official changelog mentions. On the other flip, Samsung is working on releasing the second One UI 5.0 beta for Galaxy S22 series users. As per the reports, this version will change the icons of some One UI apps, alongside bringing new features and improvements.
Unfortunately, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have finished their software update cycle and will not receive the major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update, however, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will get it.
Anyway, Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ August 2022 security update with the One UI build version N970USQS7HVH1 and N975USQS7HVH1 in the US. It’s released for Xfinity Mobile’s network and will soon expand to other users.
If you are one of the Xfinity Mobile Note 10 users you can check and download the new firmware through the Settings >> Software update >> Download and install sections.