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Samsung expanding the Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update for Galaxy Note 10 Lite in more regions

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Samsung distributed the Android 13 update to most of its Galaxy devices last month and continues the streak still. The company is serving the One UI 5.0 update for its remaining devices. Now the Korean giant is expanding the same update for its Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

Notably, the Android 13 update is now available in Brazil. Users who own the Galaxy Note 10 Lite smartphone can identify the latest update by the firmware version number N770FXXU8HVK7. It comes with the latest security update in the form of December 2022.

Availability of Android 13 for Galaxy Note 10 lite

The Lite variant of the Galaxy Note 10 series has received the Android 13 update in different regions: 

  • Samsung initially released the One UI 5.0 update in Europe for the device in late November,
  • Then the Android 13 update expanded to the Indian region. The update comes with November 2022 security patch.
  • Now, the latest Android update is available in Brazil with a new security patch as of December 2022  

What’s new in the One UI 5.0 of Galaxy Note 10 Lite

As you know, Samsung releases a new One UI with the latest Android OS update every year, and now the company has released its fifth generation UI with Android 13. The update brings improvements to the user interface design, now you will experience a smoother interface of your device, and it’s easy to customize your device, as you can now able to edit your lock screen by just touching and holding the lock screen, some more options available in the color palette.

Some new features are also introduced, like a Stacked widget, to extract text from images. The update has introduced some new options under several existing inbuilt apps like photo and video editor, Camera, Gallery, Samsung Keyboard, Settings, and more.

Moreover, the Android 13 update has a lot more features, along with the mentioned above; you can explore them by updating your device. As the update carries a new Android iteration, it is obvious that it comes in a 2 to 5 GB software package, so it is recommended that you should download the update via wifi, and your device should have charred up to 30% while updating your device.

How to Install Android 13 On Galaxy Note 10 Lite

If you are a Galaxy Note 10 Lite smartphone user in Brazil, you can follow the given steps to update your phone to Android 13

  1. Go to the device settings
  2. Then click on the software updates button
  3. Now tap on download and install 
  4. wait until the search is finished,
  5. If it shows the Android 13 update is available, tap on the install button, 
  6. It will start downloading and get installed automatically.

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Galaxy Z Flip 5G gets April 2024 security update in several countries

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the first compact foldable smartphone made available for the market and was successful in reaching a large number of consumers. It is already more than three years old and has received all three major updates. Now it is no longer eligible to get any new One UI update, but it will still be eligible to get some security patches, like now the device is getting an April 2024 security patch.

According to the information, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G is spotted getting an April 2024 security patch update in some countries, including Australia, Canada, and several parts of Europe. Canadian users can identify the latest update by the firmware version number F707WVLS7IXC1. Meanwhile, the European and Australian units of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G are getting an April 2024 security patch update with the firmware version number F707BXXSDKXC1.

For your information, the April 2024 security patch doesn’t belong to the one UI, so you will not get any significant improvements for your device. However, if you want to use your device longer, then you should update it to the largest security patch as it will prove all-around protection against external threats.

Moreover, the latest update may also provide some significant changes that could enhance the overall performance and stability of the devices. If you are having any issues while using the functionalities, the update may address them.

If you are using the Galaxy Z Flip 5G in the above-mentioned regions, you can now update it to the latest April 2024 security patch update on the device. To do that, you just need to go to the system settings and select the software update menu.


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Unlocked Galaxy A53 grabs April 2024 security patch in the US

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Samsung launched the Galaxy A53 back in 2022; it debuted with Android 12, and later, it received two major updates in the form of Android 13 and Android 14 (One UI 6.0). Now, users are eagerly waiting for the next featureful update, which will be available as One UI 6.1. But before that, the company rolled out the April 2024 security patch update.

After introducing the April 2024 security patch to the locked units of the Galaxy A53, the unlocked variant has also started getting updates in the US. Users can identify the latest update by the firmware version number, A536U1UES8DXD7. The update is live on almost every carrier, including AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular South, Cricket, Comcast, Dish, MetroPCS, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile.

The April 2024 update introduces a new security patch that is unrelated to the One UI, meaning it won’t significantly alter smartphone functionality. However, if you are concerned about your device’s safety, you should always keep it up-to-date with the latest security patch. Along with the security patch, it may also provide some other enhancements that could improve the device’s performance and stability.

If you are using the carrier-unlocked Galaxy A53 5G, you should start getting notifications about the availability of the April 2024 update. To install the update, tap on the notification, which will redirect you to the software update menu. Now hit the download button. In case you haven’t received the update yet, you can also check it manually by going to the system settings.


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US-locked Galaxy Note 20 units get April 2024 security patch on more carriers

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Samsung is known for its software update policy, where it timely provides updates for Galaxy devices. Currently, the company is busy expanding the April 2024 security patch to eligible devices, now with the latest development of the locked variants of the Galaxy Note 20 series.

Notably, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have already received the update on the Verizon network. Now, with the latest development, it is available on more carriers, including Comcast, T-Mobile, and Xfinity Mobile. The firmware version number N98*USQS6HXD1 is updating these devices.

For your information, the April 2024 update is part of Google’s Android security maintenance program, which aims to enhance the overall security of the devices. In a nutshell, the latest software will address more than 40 fixes, where Google has added 27 fixes and Samsung has added 17 more fixes exclusively for Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the latest update may also provide some significant changes that could enhance the overall performance and stability of the devices, so if you are using the locked variant of the Galaxy Note 20 series, you should update the Galaxy device to the latest version.

The Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones are the last devices in the Note lineup, which were introduced back in 2020. Now they have already received three major updates in the form of Android 11, Android 12, and Android 1. They are no longer eligible to get any significant updates but can still get some security-related updates this year.


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