Samsung has now started rolling out the May 2023 Android security update for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus smartphone users in the US. The firmware was earlier released in South Korea, and the company will also expand the reach of the update to more users in the coming days or weeks.
According to the information, the May 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus has arrived with One UI build version N971U1UEU7HWE1 and N976U1UEU7HWE1 respectively in the US. Also, the update is currently live for the carrier-unlocked variant and other carrier networks will also grab it soon.
The May 2023 update will enhance the security and improve the overall stability of the Galaxy Note 10 devices. Additionally, it will also resolve some common bugs and glitches that may have been found in the system, in order to offer a better interpretation and booted functioning of the system.
Not only this, but the current month’s security maintenance releases page also mentions fixes, for over 70 vulnerabilities and exposure including 4 Critical and 48 High, and 3 moderate levels of CVEs from Google and 21 SVEs from the Samsung software system. Other than this there are no major changes found in the changelog.
Therefore, the update is rolling out gradually. Thus if you are in the US and operating a Galaxy Note 10 device, then we recommend you to download the latest update on your smartphone and enjoy a seamless experience. To install the firmware manually visit Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install
Maintain sufficient storage to install the latest patch and also use a stable Wi-Fi connection over regular mobile data. Further, make sure your device has at least 30% battery. And you will not be able to use your device while installing the update.