In January 2021, Samsung has begun to release February 2021 security updates for the Galaxy S20 series phones in Europe. Later, Galaxy S21, Note 20, S20 FE, and A51 also joined the latest security patches.

Now, the South Korean tech giant has sent new software updates to old flagship devices including Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note FE.

According to the latest security bulletin, this update fixes 32 high-level CVEs and 4 critical-level CVEs. Moreover, the company will send this new software update to Galaxy S9 and Note FE phones in different batches, so it may take some time to be widely used.

In addition to security patches, this software also provides new performance improvements and system function enhancements to improve user experience.

Updated Changelog:

  • The current software update provides the most up-to-date Android security patches on your device.

Update Version:

  • Build (Galaxy S9)–  G960FXXSEFUA1
  • Build (Galaxy S9+)– G965FXXSEFUA1
  • Build (Galaxy Note FE)– N935SKSU4CUA1

How to check for updates manually:

  • Open device Settings
  • Select Software updates menu
  • Finally hit Download and install button.

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