A new firmware is rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The latest firmware installs with August 2022 Android Security patch for both devices. It has firmware version N970FXXU8HVGA & N975FXXU8HVGA respectively.
The South Korean firm shared the August 2022 security patch detailed yesterday addresses more than 55 vulnerabilities, one of them critical.
Samsung disclosed 1 critical, 24 High, 0 moderate & 2 Already included in previous updates, also 10 Not applicable to Samsung devices, level CVEs.
These are called CVE Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures to identify, define, and catalog publicly disclosed cyber security vulnerabilities. The Android Security Bulletin contains detailed information about security vulnerabilities affecting Android devices.
No More Android Update For Galaxy Note 10:
The Galaxy Note 10 series, which debuted in 2019 with Android 9, stopped receiving significant OS updates once it got Android 12 and One UI 4.1. The Galaxy Note 10 is still receiving security upgrades, and users in a few markets can now get the August 2022 security patch.