When it comes to monthly security fixes, Samsung has always been a forerunner, and February is no exception.
Despite the fact that it is still the last day of January, Microsoft has released the first security update of February today.
It just so happens that the Galaxy Note 20 series is the first to receive the new patch.
The updated security patch is now available for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, according to SamMobile.
It will first be available on these devices in Europe, beginning in the Netherlands,
Before expanding to the United States and other markets.
If you wish to check for this essential update on your own device, go to Settings and select “Software update.”
You should be able to download the update from there if it has been rolled out to your device. The firmware version name, N98xxXXU3EVA9, will help you identify the update.
The reason you should apply these monthly updates isn’t because they add any amazing new features (although that does happen occasionally),
But because they patch all of the latest vulnerabilities and potential issues, keeping your phone secure.
Samsung hasn’t yet released the complete changelog for this update (citing security concerns),
But those who are interested should be able to find it on Samsung’s support page in the near future.
If your phone is acting problematic or could be possibly hacked, you should download the update as soon as possible.