During this week Samsung devices have been updated with the new monthly security patches. Recently, the Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 was updated to solve different vulnerabilities. As well as the Samsung Galaxy S7. Now, it’s the turn of the most powerful device of the firm, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. After it received the patch in the United States through operators, it is already expanding globally.

The update is coming to devices with the model number SM-N9508 and SM-N9500. This update incorporates the November security patch, which, among other 69 vulnerability solutions, solves the KRACK vulnerability, a bug in WPA2 WI-FI networks that allows hackers to enter and steal virtually all of our data. On the other hand, improvements in the stability of the system are implemented. As well as the solution to vulnerabilities found in the Samsung customization layer. Finally, we must emphasize that this update does not change the version of the system. Continue on Android 7.1.1 Nougat,

How to update the Samsung Galaxy Note 8


At the moment, the update is taking off in China and Hong Kong, but in a matter of days or weeks, the update will begin to be deployed in all markets. The two versions that are being received are N9508ZMU2BQK1 and N9500ZHU2BQK1. To update, you must go to Settings, Software Update and click on Manual Download. There, check if you have any updates available. If you have activated the software updates automatically, it will be installed and downloaded automatically when you are connected to a WI-FI network. Finally, try to have a battery of at least 50 percent, as well as storage available in the internal memory. Although this is a small update, the device will reboot, and it is advisable to back up your data.