Verizon May 2020 security patch update for Galaxy Note 10, Note 9, Galaxy S10, and A20 released

Verizon has started rolling out May 2020 security patch update for a new set of Samsung Galaxy device. These devices are Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy A20.

The update brings software version N970USQS3CTD6 for Galaxy Note 10, N975USQS3CTD6 for Galaxy Note 10+, N976VVRS3CTD6 for Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, N960USQS4DTD5 for Galaxy Note 9, G977UVRS4CTD5 for Galaxy S10 5G, G970USQU3DTDC for Galaxy S10e, G973USQU3DTDC for Galaxy S10, G975USQU3DTDC for Galaxy S10+ and A205USQS5ATE3 for Galaxy A20

This is an incremental update which brings the latest security patch from Google along with loads of bug fixes. It also brings improvements to the system and performance, so it is highly recommended to install the update to be on the safer side.

The updates are currently being rolled out in the US via OTA (Over-the-air). All the Verizon users having any of the above devices can check for the OTA update manually via the device Settings – Software update – Download and install

Manual way to Update Samsung Galaxy A40 to March 2020 Security Patch

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Verizon May 2020 security patch update for Galaxy Note 10, Note 9, Galaxy S10, and A20 released

You can download any Galaxy firmware using Samfirm Tool,

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