Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ now receiving the latest security update
Having confirmed the details of the May 2019 security patch last week, Samsung is now rolling out the latest security maintenance release to compatible devices. It’s already out for a handful of devices like the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy A70, Galaxy S7 and more.
Samsung has now started rolling it out for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. It’s only going to be a matter of time now before the update is also made available in other countries. This particular firmware update is currently rolling out in Germany.
Galaxy S9+ update brings May 2019 security patch
The latest security maintenance release brings fixes for seven critical vulnerabilities in the Android OS. Fixes for dozens of high and moderate risk vulnerabilities are included as well. The update also has fixes for 21 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items in addition to the Android OS fixes.
Samsung is rolling out firmware version G960FXXU4CSE3 for the Galaxy S9 and G965FXXU4CSE3 for the Galaxy S9+. This update is currently rolling out over-the-air in Germany. You can click on the firmware version to download it from our firmware section. The update weighs in at just under 380MB. The changelog also makes some improvements to features like the camera beauty effect and Bluetooth.
It won’t be long now before Samsung releases the latest firmware update for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in other markets as well.