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Stateside Galaxy Note 9 customers can now grab March 2022 security update

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Last updated: April 6th, 2022 at 16:40 UTC+02:00

Samsung dropped firmware support for the Galaxy S9 series a few days ago, but the company’s other 2018 flagship, i.e., the Galaxy Note 9, still has some life left in it.

Unlocked and carrier Galaxy Note 9 models in the United States are now getting a new firmware update with the March 2022 security patch attached. The March update addresses over 50 vulnerabilities, according to the official changelog Samsung had published last month.

The stateside Galaxy Note 9 with model number SM-N960U is getting firmware version N960USQS9FVC5 from Sprint and T-Mobile.

Meanwhile, the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 in the USA (SM-N960U1) is getting firmware version N960U1UES9FVC2.

The Galaxy Note 9 should receive a few more security patches before Samsung stops supporting it. The Note 9 remains a fan favorite amongst S Pen enthusiasts, but unfortunately, it already received Android 10 as its last major firmware update a long time ago — two years and counting.

Stateside Galaxy Note 9 customers can download the latest update via the Settings app on their phones or by tapping the notification once it arrives. Galaxy Note 9 owners can also skip the wait and download the new update from the firmware section on our website.

Are you still rocking the Galaxy Note 9 in 2022? How do you find the experience? And will your next Samsung device have an S Pen? Let us know.

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