The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are receiving their second software update in some markets. The new update started rolling out over the weekend in Israel, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia and has now reached other countries, including India. At 4.27 MB, it’s a tiny update that improves call stability. The software version is N97*FXXU1ASH5, the same as it was for the first update that was released for the Note 10 and Note 10+. The security patch hasn’t been updated, either.
Some users had been facing SIM registration issues on the second SIM slot, and those will hopefully be fixed by the newest update. We didn’t run into any issues on the Indian units that were used for our official reviews, so it’s possible only some devices (and carriers) were affected. In any case, whether or not you had problems on your Note 10 or Note 10+, you should grab the latest update right away.
You can download it over the air by tapping the Download and install option in the Software update menu of the Settings app on your phone. You can also download the firmware for the new update from our firmware database and upgrade your phone manually using a Windows PC, although we would recommend getting it over the air as it’s a pretty small update.
Did you have any issues with SIM registration and/or calls on your Note 10 or Note 10+? Did the new update fix them for you? Do let us know down in the comments.