Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 unlocked starts receiving May 2020 Security patch in the US

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The Korean giant is rigorously rolling out new updates for its flagship and mid-range devices since the last December. They are quickly providing security patches and other major upgrades to all its smartphones across the globe. In the continuity, Samsung has started rolling gout May 2020 Security patch to Unlocked Galaxy S20 and Unlocked galaxy Note 10 smartphones in the United States.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 featuring firmware version N975U1UES3CTD3 and N975U1OYM3CTD3 is receiving the May 2020 Security patch weighing over 215.90 MB in size.  The update usually fixes various security loopholes filtered by the Google Developers. It will improve the stability and enhances the overall performance of the device. It is advised to switch to the WiFi connection to save additional data.

Samsung Galaxy S10 unlocked version in the US is also receiving the May Security patch. The firmware versions G975U1UES3DTD5 and G975U1OYM3DTD5 are now available for the US Unlocked Galaxy S10 smartphone. The update weighs over at 201.5MB in size and enhances the overall security and system with several tweaks.

The update will be available for both the device in the span of the next few days. There are no significant changes in both the smartphones after upgrading.

We suggest you switch to a WiFi network to save some additional data costs. Also, keep your smartphone charged up to at least 5052 for flawless installation.

If you have any issues or errors, then do let us know via the comments below.

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