Update (Oct 14): Samsung is releasing new October firmware updates for most of its flagship & mid-range devices. The latest firmware for all these devices carries the same changelogs. The changelog mentions the new code applied to enhance security and improve overall performance. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 10 series, Note 10 Lite, Galaxy M30s, Galaxy A9, Galaxy M62 & Galaxy Z Flip are receiving new versions. Source: SamMobile Firmwares
The firmware version for the Galaxy S20 series starts with G98xU1UES2DUI5, Note 10 series starts with N97xFXXS7FUI5, Note 10 Lite gets N770FXXS8EUI4, Galaxy M30s gets M307FXXU4CUI1, Galaxy M62 gets M625FXXU2AUI2, Galaxy A9 receives A920NKSU5CUI1, and Galaxy Z Flip receives F700FXXS8EUI2 version.
Update (Oct 11): As we are moving further to the middle of October, more devices are receiving October security patches. Samsung has released new version to the Galaxy A02s, Galaxy Z Flip 5G & Galaxy Z Fold. The firmware version for Galaxy A02s is A025MUBS2BUI1. The Galaxy Z Flip 5G in Australia gets F707BXXS5EUI3, and Galaxy Z Fold in France received F900FXXS6FUI5 software code. The changelog only mentions security update to improve overall performance and enhance security. Do check for the new update on your smartphone.
Update (Oct 07): The popular mid-range smartphone Galaxy A52 in Ukraine is seeing the latest October security patch. In this security patch, Samsun has fixed over 60 vulnarabilities and improved existing features. Spotted by SamMobiles, the firmware number A525FXXUAUI3 is rolling out for the smartphone. Further, it receives RAM Plus feature to extend the virtual memory in the need, same function that we have seen on Galaxy S21, Galaxy A82 5G & Z Fold 3 devices.
Update (Oct 5): After flagship models, Samsung is turning mid-range devices to October security patch. In India, the Galaxy F62 model is the first mid-ranger to receive the latest patch. Along with the patch, the device sees camera improvements & stability while taking pictures. The firmware version E625FDDU2AUI2 with 736MB size released in the country. In the previous week, Galaxy S20 FE & Galaxy Tab Active 3 have also gained October patch in Europe.
Update (Oct 1st): In a surprising move, Samsung has pushed the October security patch to its 2019’s mid-range smartphone – Galaxy A50. It has beaten most of the current flagship models as well as high-end devices. The update is coming in Colombia, Bolivia & Dominican Republic. You can see firmware number A505GUBS9CUI3 on the Galaxy A50, which confirms SamMobile.
Previous: Since the last few months, Samsung has become one of the fastest companies to bring the latest security patches. With the new Galaxy S21 series, Samsung did it again to launch new security patch on these flagship models. The newest October security patch is now releasing for Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ & Galaxy S21 Ultra devices. The main purpose of the security update is to fix minor issues and enhance the security of the devices.
The firmware version G99*BXXU3AUIE has been pushed out for Galaxy S21 series with the October patch. However, Samsung didn’t mention what vulnerabilities & other fixes have been made in the security version. As per the report, the new October security update for the Galaxy S21 lineup is rolling out in Germany, India & the Philippines, with the promise to release in other countries soon.
To check for the latest update in Germany, India & the Philippines, go to the Settings option and then head to the Software Update section. The October security patch will soon be available for Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z series & other high-end Galaxy A series devices in the coming days. As Samsung is preparing One UI 4 Beta for Galaxy S21, today, we could also receive the first beta fix from the company.
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