The Galaxy Note 10, one of Samsung’s last Note-branded smartphones, is getting the April 2022 security patch in the United States. The update is available for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ — carrier and unlocked variants alike.
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ carrier variants are getting firmware version N97xUSQS7HVCD, whereas the unlocked models are getting firmware number N97xU1UES7HFCD.
The Galaxy Note 10 update arrived only a few days after the Galaxy Note 20 series got the same treatment in the United States. Once again, Samsung is ahead of the firmware update game and isn’t delaying security patches for older Galaxy smartphone models.
Samsung detailed the April 2022 security patch last week, and you can download it from the Settings app on your Galaxy Note 10 or our website. Check the firmware section at SamMobile for your Galaxy Note 10 model number. You’ll need to install the update manually using a PC.
The Galaxy Note 10 series will no longer receive any major Android OS upgrades, but customers can expect monthly security patches for a few more months. The Galaxy Note 10 duo will follow the Galaxy S10 and should be demoted to quarterly security patches later this year.
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