Samsung Galaxy S9+, Samsung Galaxy S9 Getting December 2020 Android Security Patch: Report

Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Samsung Galaxy S9 have started obtaining an OTA update that provides with it the December 2020 Android Security Patch, according to a report. The update is constrained to the international variants of the smartphones as of now. The update for Samsung Galaxy S9+ reportedly carries the firmware edition G965FXXSCFTK2, whilst for Samsung Galaxy S9 it is G960FXXSCFTK2. The smartphones gained the November 2020 Android Security Patch early final thirty day period.

As for each a report by SamMobile, there are no other additions or variations introduced to the smartphones with the update, aside from the protection patch. If you have an qualified Samsung Galaxy S9+ or Samsung Galaxy S9 design, you can verify if you’ve gained a notification for the update. If you haven’t, go to Options > Computer software Update > Obtain and put in to verify availability for the update.

Considering that the rollout has just started, it might acquire a handful of days for the update to attain your Samsung Galaxy S9+ or Samsung Galaxy S9 handset.

Considering that their release back in 2018, Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Samsung Galaxy S9 have been constantly obtaining latest updates. The phones gained the 1 UI 2.five update in October, that introduced assistance for wireless DeX, improved Samsung Keyboard with a new split method, additional a new YouTube search functionality, and improved the digital camera.

At the time of the update, the 1 U 2.five was reported to be the final major update for the Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Samsung Galaxy S9 handsets. It was reported that whilst the phones will continue to get protection patches, they won’t acquire Android 11. Notably, Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Samsung Galaxy S9 were being not outlined in the timeline for the Android 11 primarily based 1 UI 3. update, unveiled by Samsung a handful of days in the past for units in Egypt.


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