News tagged: 'January 2019 Security Patch'
Samsung has released a new update for the Galaxy Note 9 in China, but it’s not Android Pie. The new update brings the January 2019 security patch and is based on Android Oreo. However, this shouldn’t come as a surprise to those who have been following Pie-related coverage here on SamMobile. Samsung China has had […]read more »
Samsung hasn’t been very quick with releasing the January 2019 security patch for its devices, perhaps because its resources have been taken up by the Android Pie update. But the company is now picking up the pace it seems, and after releasing the January patch for the Galaxy Xcover 4, Samsung has released an update […]read more »
The latest Samsung Galaxy J4 update being rolled out today brings the security patch for the month of January 2019. Samsung has released the latest patch for a couple of devices so far. It detailed the contents of this security maintenance release a week ago. The update is being rolled out in Peru, Bolivia, Panama, […]read more »
The latest Galaxy Xcover 4 firmware update that Samsung is rolling out today brings the January 2019 security patch. The device is often quick to receive new patches and in some instances, it has even received the patches before Samsung details them. We don’t have to look too far either for evidence. It received the […]read more »
Samsung is rolling out a new firmware update today for the Galaxy A8s. This is the company’s first smartphone with an Infinity-O display. The update that’s being rolled out brings the January 2019 security patch. It doesn’t bring much in the way of new features. It certainly doesn’t bump up the device to Android 9 […]read more »
Samsung has just started rolling out the Android Pie update for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Israel. If you’re wondering why we’re writing separately about this instead of just updating our list of countries where the update is available, it’s because the Israel update carries a newer software version than the one released […]read more »
Samsung has just published details on the first security patch for 2019. The January 2019 security patch was released for Pixel devices this week, but Samsung is yet to release the patch for any device other than the Galaxy Note 9, which gets the new patch along with the Android Pie update. However, that might […]read more »