Surprisingly! Galaxy Note 9 getting new software update

Samsung has rolled out a surprise update in the form of a February 2023 update for the Galaxy Note 9 device; it was the device of the note series, which was launched in 2018, and comes with Android 8.1 out of the box. Later the device received two more updates which made it run on Android 10. Then the device was no longer eligible for any other Android updates; however, it received several security updates, which stuck with the July patch update last year.

But, now Samsung has come with a new update; this time update brings the latest security update in the form of the February 2023 update, the update doesn’t bring any new features, but it comes with several improvements that enhance the security of the device.

According to Samsung’s official documentation, the February 2023 update comes with lots of new patches that fix over 50 security vulnerabilities which Google and Samsung include. 48 of those are included by google, which addresses the vulnerabilities of Android devices, while 7 patches are included by Samsung, which resolves the issues of Galaxy devices

The February 2023 update comes with a new version number N960FXXSAFWB3; the update is currently rolling out in the UK and Ireland. Generally, Samsung expands every new update for each device worldwide. However, this time we are not sure if the update will be available for other countries, but you can check the update manually.

Moreover, if you are a Galaxy Note 9 user, you should install the latest update because it may also include some extra enhancements that improve the overall performance and stability of the device; follow the given steps to easily install the latest update.

How to Install

  1. First Go to the system settings
  2. Scroll down and tap on the software 
  3. Tap on download and install 
  4. Wait until it finished searching
  5. Now Tap on download button and install.

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