A few weeks ago, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 received an update to Android 12-based One UI 4.1, which includes plenty of new features, enhancements, and optimizations. The Korean technology giant is now introducing a new software update for Asian owners.
This new Galaxy Note 10 update enhances the April 2022 Android security patch that supports system security and stability. In addition, it will protect your phone from viruses and viruses, and reduce delays to give you better performance.
Other than these, the official changelog for the update doesn’t mention any new features or major changes. However, users might witness some minor changes and improvements after installing the fresh firmware on your device.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) April 15, 2022
On the other hand, Samsung released the April 2022 security patch information on fixes for 88 privacy and security-related vulnerabilities and used them for performance improvements. These disadvantages include 27 high and 18 high levels of CVEs from Google and Samsung.
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It should be mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 April 2022 security update is released in Malaysia at the moment. However, the company won’t take much time to expand its availability to more users in various regions.
You can identify this firmware via the One UI build version N975U1UES7HVCD and N971U1UES7HVCD for the Note 10 Ultra and Note 10 models. It carries a package size of 277MB.
To check and download it manually, head over to the Settings of your smartphones. Now click on Software update and then download and install. Now follow the on-screen instructions to get the fresh software version on your Note 10 or Note 10 Ultra.