A series of Verizon February security updates are rolling out to various Samsung Galaxy smartphones, with the biggest of them all tagging along the latest One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 OS.

After more than a month of waiting, the Big Red finally released the Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 update a couple of days ago. As part of the new software, whose details are well documented here, the carrier included the latest February security patch, up from December 2019.

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Verizon Galaxy Note 9 February security patch

Drawing level with the Galaxy Note 9 on the latest Verizon February security updates is a series of Samsung smartphones namely Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Galaxy Note 8.

All these phones, like the Note 9, are running the latest Android 10, of course, apart from the Galaxy Note 8 that is no longer receiving OS upgrades from Samsung having completed its two-year cycle.

The S10, S10+, and S10e are receiving the new software with build number CTB1 while that of the S10 5G is arriving as build number BTB2. For the Note 10 and Note 10+, the build number is BTA9 while the Note 10+ 5G is getting as build BTA9. The Note 8‘s is DTA4 based on Android Pie.

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The said Verizon February security updates are airborne, meaning they may take some time to reach all devices. Matter of fact, some devices may get the prompt sometime over the weekend or maybe even next week.

The OTA comes at a time when Samsung has had to explain some mysterious “Find My Mobile” notification that is showing up on some Galaxy handsets, claiming that it shouldn’t worry you in any way.

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