A fresh software patch with improved safety measures has been made available by Samsung for the Galaxy Note 20 series. This update, which was initially released in May of 2023, is now available to users. Several nations in Latin America are now able to download the most recent safety update, which is at this time accessible for the LTE and 5G variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Until recently, users in other countries were the only ones who could get this update. There is a chance that the improvement will soon be made accessible in a wider variety of countries all over the planet. Firmware version N98xFXXS6HWE1 comes pre-installed on the LTE variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in the following countries: Chile, Guatemala, Panama, Peru, Mexico, and Trinidad and Tobago. The firmware versions of the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra that are compatible with 5G were upgraded in Brazil to the most recent version, which is N98xBXXS6HWE2.
More than seventy vulnerabilities that were found in Galaxy devices and tablets were remedied by the security patch that was made available in May of 2023, as stated by Samsung. Samsung discovered what might be considered certain vulnerabilities in their system. Because of these deficiencies, which manifest themselves in the form of vulnerabilities, it is possible to launch an attack on both the kernel and the Exynos modems. In addition to the correction of any widespread faults that may have been introduced, this update may also result in an improvement to the device’s overall stability.
You may update the firmware on your Galaxy Note 20 series phone to the most recent version by going to Settings, selecting Software update, and then tapping the Download and install button at the bottom of the menu that appears after you have made those selections. This will bring your phone up to date with the most recent version of the software. You will be able to gain access to the most recent security patches as a result of this. You are qualified to receive this update if you are a resident of any of the countries that were listed previously in this paragraph.