There’s a new Galaxy S9+ update rolling out today and it brings the September 2019 security patch. It’s a routine security maintenance release so there’s not much in the way of new features.
Samsung detailed the latest security patch about a week ago. It includes fixes from both the company and Google. That patch is now gradually being rolled out to compatible devices across the globe.
September 2019 patch arriving with latest Galaxy S9+ update
Firmware version G965FXXS6CSH5 has now been rolled out for the Galaxy S9+ in several countries across Europe. They include France, Spain, Netherlands, Poland, Germany and more. This Galaxy S9+ update is rolling out over-the-air right now. It’s also available for download from our firmware section.
The security patch for September 2019 fixes four critical vulnerabilities in the Android operating system. It patches more than a dozen high and moderate-risk vulnerabilities as well. Fixes for 17 vulnerabilities that were found in Samsung’s own software are included as well.
This firmware update is currently being rolled out for the Galaxy S9+ in the aforementioned markets. It’s only a matter of time now before the handset gets it in other markets as well. The Galaxy S9 hasn’t received the latest patch at this point in time. It won’t be long before it does too. We’ll be sure to update you when that happens.
Update: The Galaxy S9 has now started receiving firmware version G960FXXS6CSH5. It’s available from our firmware section as well.