Samsung’s April 2022 security update now live for Galaxy Note 10 users in Canada: Updated

March 04, 2022

Samsung expanding its April 2022 security patch update for Galaxy Note 10 users in Canada. The update comes with One UI build version N975WVLS7HVCD and package size of 247MB.

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The latest update aims at improving the security and stability of the system alongside enhancing the device’s performance.

 

April 29, 2022

A couple of weeks ago, Samsung released the April 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone users in the US. Now the corresponding device owners are grabbing the fresh software update in Indian markets.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 April 2022 India update comes with One UI build version N971FXXS7HVCC. While the Galaxy Note 10 Plus users can identify it through N975FXXS7HVCC.

The fresh firmware update also comes with fixes for 88 privacy and security-related vulnerabilities and exploits for performance enhancements. These vulnerabilities include 27 high and 18 moderate levels of CVEs from Google and Samsung.

Additionally, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 April 2022 update aims at enhancing the security and stability of your device. Additionally, it reduces system lagging as well as some app crashes in order to provide you with seamless performance.

Besides these, there’s nothing that the official changelog mentions. Since it works in boosting the device’s performance, we suggest you install it. You might also notice some minor improvements after its installation.

Galaxy-Note-10

How to download manually?

If you are a Galaxy Note 10 user in India, you can download this software update by visiting the Settings. From here tap on System updates and then Download and Install. Wait for the phone to check for available updates, finally, tap on Download now button and bring it to your phone.

Although this upgrade procedure won’t replace or remove any of the corresponding data from your smartphone, it’s recommended to backup your important data for extra safety measures.

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