The Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra are already receiving the March 2023 Android update
The March 2023 Android update is already rolling out for locked and unlocked models on US carriers with firmware versions N98xUSQS3HWB7 and N98xU1UES3HWB7, respectively.
With the promise, Samsung has become One of the first manufacturers to update their top phones with the latest Android security patch A good proof of this is that dozens of Galaxy S series devices have already received the Android update in March 2023.
But since the pace of updates from Samsung is steady, now the Korean giant is really getting started The latest terminals of the extinct Note range, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, update with the March 2023 security patch.
The March security update begins rolling out to the Galaxy Note20 in the United States
After updating Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra to One UI 5.1 with Android 13 and February 2023 security patch]recently, the Korean company has now, like It is brought to us by SamMobilealready started to release March 2023 Android update in the locked and unlocked versions of these terminal operators in the US..
This new security update comes to unlocked models on AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Comcast, Cricket, C-Spire, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile with Firmware version N98xU1UES3HWB7 and unlocked models from carriers Sprint, T-Mobile, and Xfinity Mobile with Build number N98xUSQS3HWB7.
Either way, this new software release includes the March 2023 security patch, which Fixes a total of 50 security and privacy issuesand fixes a number of general UI bugs and Improve station performance.
If you have a Galaxy Note20 or Note20 Ultra from one of these carriers in the US and want to check if this update has already arrived, just enter settings From your smartphone and access the section system update.
If it is already available, you simply have to click on the button Download and install for your Galaxy Note20 to receive the latest Android security update.
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