A few days ago in November, Samsung launched an Android security update for the Galaxy Note 8 which has now started rolling out of handsets in Europe. The update was earlier launched in India while some of the wireless carrier partners on the Old Continent already. began rolling out the update to the flagship of their network. Also, some unlocked versions of the Galaxy Note 8 have reportedly started receiving the November security patch in Netherlands and France.
An observation done after getting the phone updated says that the update only contains the security fixes of Google and Samsung. Also, the update doesn’t fix the Live Focus camera tweaks that were discussed by the company in the United States and Taiwan last week. It is expected that this update will also arrive a little bit late in Europe.
Samsung rolled out the Android update for November as an over-the-air (OTA) download which is rolling out in stages like initially rolled out for India and now for Europe too.
Note 8 users of Europe can search manually for the update and can install them. The update will rarely show them some changes rather it will fix the major and minor errors with the software and functioning of the smartphone.
The mandatory conditions for the update are your device must have at least 50 percent battery units. We also advise you to take all your essential data on any of our cloud storage or hard drive, as there is a log of bugs running in tech gadgets and to ensure the data loss we advise you to take a backup too.
Even after the weirdest fiasco of Note 7, the company stood successfully in taking a massive sale of their Note 8. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was one of the best-selling smartphones of the company over this holiday season.