New update alert: Samsung Galaxy S20 series (Sprint), Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy M21, Redmi 7A, Mi 8, Honor 30 Youth Edition, & Honor 8X
There’s a new set of updates available for various Android devices. Making to the list are Samsung Galaxy S20 series (Sprint), Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy M21, Samsung Galaxy S20, Redmi 7A, Xiaomi Mi 8, Honor 30 Youth Edition, and Honor 8X.
Find a detailed overview of the updates below.
Sprint Samsung Galaxy S20 series
The latest update by Sprint for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series is focusing on resolving the 5G network issue. The update arrives with version G981USQU1ATFD, G986USQU1ATFD, and G988USQU1ATFD. Here’s what the changelog reads:
Update to software ATFD or newer.
Also, ensure you are on Mobile Network Mode of Automatic:
Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Network mode > Automatic (recommended)
* The device may reboot to apply settings changes if the automatic mode was not already set. This is normal.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy M21, and Galaxy S20
Samsung has released the latest July security update for Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy M21, and Samsung Galaxy S20. Let’s take a closer look.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The new July update is available for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that brings new features like Quick Share and Music Share. It hits the devices as version N960FXXU6ETG3/N960FOXM6ETG3 and is 112.10MB in size.
Samsung Galaxy M21
Samsung Galaxy M21 is picking up the July patch which comes with version M215FXXS2ATG1/M215FOLE2ATG1 and is measured at 118.95 MB. The update enhances the stability, security, and performance of the device. Here’s the changelog:
The security of your device has been improved.
Samsung Galaxy S20
The July patch is also live for Samsung Galaxy S20. The device is now getting a second update, as earlier this month it received version G980FXXU3ATFG which brought enhancements to the camera, whereas the current OTA arrives as version G980FXXU3ATG4 (size: 178.41MB) and improves the security of the device.
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Redmi 7A (Global) and Xiaomi Mi 8 (Global)
The Global variant of Redmi 7A is fetching the July update while Xiaomi Mi 8 (Global) is getting the June patch.
Redmi 7A (Global)
The July patch arrives with version V22.214.171.124.QCMMIXM to the Global variant of Redmi 7A. The security of the device is enhanced with this latest update. Here’s the changelog:
Updated Android Security Patch to July 2020. Increased system security.
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Xiaomi Mi 8 (Global)
On the other hand, Xiaomi Mi 8 (Global) is receiving the not-so-new June OTA which secures version v126.96.36.199.QEAMIXM based on Android 10. The system stability and security are improved. Below is the changelog:
Updated Android Security Patch to June 2020. Increased system security.
Honor 30 Youth Edition and Honor 8X
Honor 30 Youth Edition
Freshly launched Honor 30 Youth Edition arrives with the Magic 188.8.131.52 version update. The update optimizes the photographic effect, adds smart vision function, and more. Enhanced stability of the device can also be expected. Find the detailed changelog below:
This update adds the wisdom of visual function, and optimize the photographic effect of the lower part of the scene camera, it is recommended You update.
[Smart Vision] Added smart vision function, turn on smart vision (eye icon in the upper left corner of the camera), you can perform image recognition shopping, scan calories, encyclopedia query, and translation operations.
[Camera] Optimize the camera’s photo effects in some scenes, with more natural colors. [WLAN] Optimize the stability of WLAN hotspot connection.
[System] Optimize the stability of the whole machine
Honor 8X picks up the fresh July update which carries version 10.0.0.215 and the package size is 109MB. The latest security patches are applied with this OTA.
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That’s all for now, stay tuned for more update alerts.
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