Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite February 2020 Security patch rolls out in Spain

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Samsung starts the rolling out Android security patch for the month of February on Galaxy S10 Lite. The phone was launched last month with an Android 10 and December security patch. The users of the new device will be happy to see this security update.

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Recently, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is listed in the monthly security updates category of the company. That means the phone will get Android security updates on a monthly basis, just like the flagship devices. Talking about the Galaxy S10 Lite February security update, it comes with firmware version G770FXXU2ATB2. Although, the full changelog of the update is available yet. But as the firmware spotted, the wider rollout is imminent.  

Currently, the update is available in Spain, and if you’re living in Spain you will be getting the update. If you did not get the update right now, don’t panic; the update will reach you in a couple of days. You can also check it manually by going through the settings > software updates. We recommend you that before start installing the update do charge your phone up to at least 50%. 

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50s starts receiving Android 10 based One UI 2.0 update

Moreover, if you know how to flash the firmware on Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, then download the latest updated firmware from the source given below the article.  We will update this article when we get the full changelog of the update and roll out in other regions. Stay tuned with us. 

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