A few days ago, Samsung released the June 2021 security patch for the Galaxy S21 series devices, followed by the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. However, according to qualifications, many Galaxy phones and tablets have not yet received the security patch for the month, and even some of them are receiving the patch from the previous month.
In recent developments, the Verizon-branded Galaxy Note 10 series phones have begun to receive new firmware updates in the United States. Identified by the issue number FUD9, the latest update installs the May 2021 security patch, which was distributed to the international unlocking unit two weeks ago.
In addition to the May patch, the new Galaxy Note 10 update improves the “quick sharing” feature of One UI 3.1 to better share files between Galaxy devices. The changelog also shows an increase in system stability, as each new OTA update performs the same operations to provide a better overall user experience.
Below are the software versions and the changelog:
- Galaxy Note 10 – N970USQU6FUD9
- Galaxy Note 10+ – N975USQU6FUD9
- Galaxy Note 10+ 5G – N976VVRU6FUD9
This software update provides:
- The latest security patch on your device.
- Enhancements to Quick Share for easily sharing files to other Android devices.
- Other performance improvements.
How to check for updates:
- Open device Settings
- Scroll down to Software updates
- Then tap on Download and install