The good thing about using Samsung’s smartphones is the fact that you get regular update and that is the good news for users of Samsung smart mobile devices like the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Tab A 8.0 and Galaxy Tab Active 2 all which will be getting the July 2021 security updates.
The update is being rolled out across multiple regions such as Africa, Asia and Europe. The latest firmware carries the N97xFXXS7FUF5 release number for the 4G variant of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ while the 5G models of the device has the N97xBXXS7FUF5 version number.
The update is expected to fix some bugs and previously known issues among which includes the Android Auto which some of the Galaxy smartphone users have been complaining about. The update should also device stability improvements as well and other improvements such as security patches to keep the devices safe and secured.
If you live in places like Afghanistan, Baltic countries, Bulgaria, Caucasus countries, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Libya, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Southeast Europe, Switzerland, the UAE, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan, you should get your own update prompt any moment while Samsung plan future roll-out to other regions in the next few days.
If you are in any of the aforementioned countries or region and didn’t get any update prompt, head to your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+’s settings app and then scroll to the Software Update section and check for update. If there is one, click download to install the new update.
In case you have issues flashing firmware files on any of your Galaxy devices, you can head over to Sammobile to download their firmware database and manually have it flashed.