Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones locked on Verizon in the US are now getting a new firmware update via OTA. It installs the December 2020 security patch for system security improvements. On the other hand, the carrier also rolling out the latest security patches for the Galaxy A21 devices.
It comes with software versions: G960USQS8FTK5, G965USQS8FTK5, and A215USQU2ATL3 for the Galaxy S9, S9+, and Galaxy A21 respectively. Other than the added device protection, it also enhances the system features for a better user experience.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4:
Launched in September 2014, the S Pen powered Galaxy Note 4 has already lost its eligibility to get a new firmware update. Meanwhile, the Verizon bounded Samsung Galaxy Note 4 started collecting new OTA with an older security patch of January 2018. The Galaxy Note 4 users can identify this update via version number N910VVRU2CTI1.
Here’s how to check for the latest update manually:
- Open your phone’s Settings
- Scroll down until the Software updates option and select it
- Hit the Download and install button.