Samsung Galaxy Note receive security update in Australia, first

Samsung has begun pushing out the most recent Android security redesign to its Galaxy Note5 cell phone. With a record size at around 270MB, the redesign is right now taking off to opened Note5 units in Australia.

The overhaul brings along most recent security fixes from both Google and Samsung, including a fix for a basic bug that, when misused, gives anybody a chance to sidestep your gadget's lock screen utilizing a USB link.

In the event that you possess an Australian model of the opened Galaxy Note5 and might want to check whether the firmware is prepared for your gadget, you can do as such by heading into the Settings screen, tapping About Device, selecting Software Update, then hitting the Update Now catch. In any case, on the off chance that you don't have a craving for digging through the menus, you could simply hold up until you get a push warning provoking you to download the OTA. It's significant that you will require no less than half of battery to get the alarm, however.
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