T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 with model number SM-N920T has started to receive the latest October Security patch Update.The Update comes with build number N920TUVU4EQJ3.It is now available via OTA.The update is rolling out to the T-Mobile users.We recommend users to Update T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 To N920TUVU4EQJ3 October Security Patch Firmware
Samsung has been releasing the flagship smartphone every year which is also the best smartphone that the company has designed for the particular year. The flagship smartphones from any company are the best attempt from them at delivering the best product that they can manage for that particular year. Also, Samsung releases two new smartphones every year which is one in the Galaxy S series and the other one being in the Galaxy Note series from Samsung. Now, we have known that the Galaxy S8 and S8+, as well as the Galaxy Note 8, were released by Samsung this year.
How To Manually Update T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T To N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update
- 1 How To Manually Update T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T To N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update
- 2 What is Google’s Security Patch Update?
- 3 Download N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update For T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T
- 4 How To Install T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update
The Update is available via OTA (Over-the-air) and currently releasing in a phase-wise manner.If your device is not rooted then you may have already received the OTA Update.If the update is not available on your device then wait for few days for the update to come to your device.You can manually check for the update from your device’s settings.Go to About Device > Software Update.Now Press the “Download” Button.Press “Restart & Install” Button.Rebooting will begin automatically.
However, we have now received the update files of the Galaxy Note 5 which operates on T-Mobile network. Talking about the October Security Patch update, it does not have anything major in terms of fixes but it is always recommended to update your smartphone to the latest update and more so as it is a security patch update. Now, if you want to install the update on your Galaxy Note 5 then you can do so by heading over to the download links mentioned below and download the update files on your smartphone.
About N920TUVU4EQJ3 October Security Patch Update
- Device Name: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (T-Mobile)
- Model: SM-N920T
- Android version: Android 7.0 Nougat
- Region: USA
- Build Number: N920TUVU4EQJ3
- Android Security Patch Level: 1.10.2017
What is Google’s Security Patch Update?
The Security Patch Update is the latest initiative that has been started by Google which is intended to improve the security and stability of the Android devices all around the world. Now, it has almost been two years since the time Google started to release regular security patch updates and it has been released every month since then. Now, it is time for the October Security Patch and Google has already released the update at the beginning of the month of October. Now, the update has also been released to the smartphones from other manufacturers other than Google-powered smartphones.
Download N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update For T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T
You can go directly to Samsung Servers and download the latest firmware following the steps listed below. Make sure your computer is running Windows with .Net Framework version 3.5 or higher.
or you can download the full firmware from the download link below
Follow the guide linked below to download the firmware file directly from the Samsung Server
How To Install T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T N920TUVU4EQJ3 Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware Update
First download the firmware file following the above guide, then follow the linked guide below to Install N920TUVU4EQJ3 Security Patch Update On T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920T using Odin Flash Tool
If the installation is successful, you will see the message Pass in the Log Tab.
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