The unbarred Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 are now receiving a new program refurbish in a United States featuring the October 2019 confidence patch. The changelog doesn’t discuss any additional facilities and/or changes.
The latest program packages for a unbarred Galaxy S8, S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 are identified by build numbers G950U1UES6DSJ1, G955U1UES6DSJ1, and N950U1UES6DSI3, respectively.
October 2019 confidence patch has landed, though no new facilities mentioned
Samsung detailed a Oct 2019 confidence patch a integrate of weeks ago and, as usual, a package aims to repair a array of confidence vulnerabilities, 17 of that are Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposure (SVE) items. However, a refurbish doesn’t seem to embody fixes for a critical Android OS vulnerability that’s been reported to aim a few Galaxy devices, including a Galaxy S8 series. These issues are expected to be addressed with a Nov 2019 confidence patch instead.
As usual, a refurbish should be accompanied by a presentation that users can daub to download and implement a latest program chronicle to their phones. Alternatively, we can click a following links and check a firmware pages for a unbarred Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 in a US. You can download a firmware manually and implement it on your phone regulating your computer.