Just a day in the past, Samsung started rolling out an replace for the Exynos variants of the Galaxy S10 collection in some areas. The replace included August 2020 safety patches for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e, together with a brand new bootloader (v8) for the units. Even although the replace is but to make its technique to most Galaxy S10 customers, Samsung has now began rolling out an analogous replace for the Exynos-powered Galaxy Note 10 units.
The newest replace for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 collection (software program model N975FXXS6CTGA/N975FOXM6CTGA) measures in at 168.86MB and it consists of the August 2020 safety patches. Much just like the OTA replace for the Galaxy S10 collection, the replace additionally brings a brand new bootloader (v6) for the Galaxy Note 10 collection, which implies that end-users will now not have the ability to downgrade to older builds as soon as they set up this replace.
As with all earlier updates from Samsung, the most recent OTA replace is presently rolling out to some customers and it’s anticipated to achieve all Galaxy Note 10 collection units within the coming days. In case you don’t want to anticipate the OTA replace, you should use a group developed device referred to as Frija to obtain the up to date firmware in your gadget from Samsung’s repository. The required parameters may be discovered within the screenshot beneath.
Once you’ve gotten downloaded the decrypted firmware package deal created by Frija, you’ll be able to flash it in your gadget utilizing Odin. You can observe the directions given in this post if you happen to aren’t accustomed to upgrading your Samsung gadget’s firmware with Odin. Do notice that the aforementioned replace is just for the worldwide Exynos 9825-powered Galaxy Note 10 units and it isn’t suitable with the Snapdragon 855-powered variants of the Galaxy Note 10 collection.