We’re here again with the latest monthly security update releases. Making in the list today are T-Mobile Note 10+ 5G, T-Mobile OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Realme X50 Pro 5G, Realme Q. All these e phones are picking up the May patch.

The April patch is however hitting the Xiaomi Mi 8 devices. Let us look at the update details:

T-Mobile Note 10+ 5G &OnePlus 7T Pro 5G

T-Mobile has released the latest May OTA to Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren edition. Let’s have a look at what these updates have to offer.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G

The update brings in bug fixes, new and enhanced features to further boost the device’s performance. The update comes as version N976USQU1BTE2 / N976UOYN1BTE2 (sized 527.86 MB).

Note 10+ 5G May Update

T-mobile &OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren edition

T-Mobile also released the latest security patch for OnePlus 7T Pro 5G which will improve the device’s performance along with the device’s 5G band enhancements. The upgrade comes as build 10.0.35.HD61CB.

Android 10
5G band enhancements
May 2020 Security Update

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

The Korean variant Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is now picking up the new May OTA that will boost the quality of the camera along with improved system protection. The version number is G988NKSU1ATE6 / G988NOKR1ATE5 / G988NKSU1ATE4 (measured at 439.48MB).


Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Verizon has pushed the latest update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 units. The update bumps the software version to QP1A.190711.020.N960USQS4DTD5.

This software update has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues, and apply the latest security patches.
The current software update provides the most up to date Android security patches on your device.

Realme X50 Pro 5G

Realme X50 Pro 5G devices (in China) are picking up the May Security Update in batches. This comes with version: A.18. The update includes the continuous shooting of front and back camera stabilization along with the fixes to other existing issues.

Update log:

Set up

● Update default wallpaper

● New 5G network mode


● Optimize camera shooting

● Optimized the stability of front and back camera continuous shooting

● Optimize 4K video mode preview and video stability


● Optimize audio effect

● Optimize system stability

● Optimized interface display

● Optimize the recovery time after the data network is disconnected

● Optimize WiFi and data network switching time


● Fix the problem of delay in the homepage of King Glory


● Update Android security patch (2020 # 5)

Realme Q

The Realme Q (China devices) is being issued update version C.05 that brings in the May patch. This update is scheduled to be forwarded to all users in 2 weeks time. This update improves or strengthens new functionality, and also brings improvements to the device’s current issues.



● Add decimal point display for charging animation

● Add lock screen charging icon to display planet pattern


● Optimized operator speed limit reminder

● Optimize screen recording application function


● Fix the problem that the global search cannot find the phone book

● Fix screen display setting interface control display problem

● Fix the error of loading information after system update

● Fix the default problem of resetting the input method after setting the skin and restarting

● Fix the display problem of pop-up frame after pulling out the SIM card in dark mode


● Update Android security patch (2020 # 5)


Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro

Mi 8 Pro devices are receiving the older April security patch now. The update provides improved device protection. If you have not received this OTA, click here to download.

Updated Android Security Patch to April 2020. Increased system security.

The above-mentioned devices have received the most recent updates. Stay tuned for further updates.

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