Samsung is busy getting the last details right for the Galaxy Note 20 launch, but its team of engineers is still going strong with the release of the July security patch for the manufacturer’s phones.
Now it is the turn of the Galaxy Note 8 seen receiving the July patch, which of course includes the monthly fixes from Google, and also from Samsung. As the South Korean personalizes her Android experience through One UI, she needs to remain vigilant for the problems it creates. In July, there are 17 proprietary patches, including one that prevented the phone from starting after a certain type of wallpaper file was used.
According to the manufacturer’s own changelog, the package does not include new functions or features, even presenting itself as a security patch without major surprises. Therefore, any concerns of users with issues such as changes in performance or battery life can be minimized.
The patch is being released in Argentina and Chile for Exynos smartphone variants. It is interesting to note how in recent months Samsung has been punctual with the release of the Note 8 patches, which is already 3 years old and no longer receives major system updates.
When the update is available here, users will receive a notification, or those in a hurry will be able to go to the device settings and then browse to the software information, in which it will be possible to send a manual command to check for news on the server from Samsung.
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