After Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge now Sprint Galaxy Note 5 has started receiving N920PSPT3DQK1/November 2017 Security Patch OTA/Krack Fix Update: Sprint is one of the major carriers which has been selling smartphones in the US which are limited to its network only which has been the model of selling the smartphones along with network in the United States for most of the carriers as they offer the smartphones at a price that is lower than the price of the unlocked smartphones due to the contract model and also the offers that are bundled by the carriers so that they can attract as many customers to their network as possible.
Now, we have known that there are almost all the smartphones available on the Sprint network including all the latest smartphones from Samsung and one of the Samsung smartphone which is the Galaxy Note 5, the flagship Note series smartphone from Samsung that was launched in 2015 has now been receiving an update.
According to the reports, Sprint has sent out an update to the Galaxy Note 5 smartphones in the US on its network and this update is believed to be a security patch update. Also known is the fact that the Sprint Galaxy Note 5 smartphones around the world will get updated to the November security patch after installation of this update.
This update will arrive on the Galaxy Note 5 smartphones around the world with version number N920PSPT3DQK1 and you will receive the update notification automatically on your smartphone. One more thing about the update is that the November security patch fixes many flaws in security for Android devices but the major security flaw that was noticed earlier was the KRACK Wifi security vulnerability and this has now been fixed after the November security patch. The update will arrive on your smartphone as an OTA update and you will have to wait for the official OTA update to come to your device so that you can download and install the latest update to your device.
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