Samsung rolls out Galaxy S8 November security patch update

Samsung is taking the wraps of today, to release a couple of updates to its handset. The company has just released a new Android 8.0 Oreo beta for both its flagships. But not forgetting their users at the stable releases, the company is also rolling out November’s patch security update for Galaxy S8 and S8+.

However, seems like the company has mixed both beta and stable changelog with both saying nearly the same. That includes November Google’s security patch and improvements on Bluetooth connections.

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Saying about the monthly update, the newest one come to address the Wi-Fi exploit KRAK. There are other 61 fixes for Android vulnerabilities and six exploits found in the Samsung’s software.

Currently the update, seems to be rolling out only in Netherlands. But it should come soon in a progressive manner to another countries in the globe. Users can check if the update is available just by checking Software Update menu under settings.



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