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Samsung has released new software updates for the Galaxy A30s, A50, and M51 which bump up the Android security patch level on the smartphones to September and fix over 50 security and privacy-related vulnerabilities.

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The new builds for the A30s, A50, and M51 come with firmware versions AGUBU4CUH6, AGUBS9CUH2, and MFXXS3CUI1, respectively. The A30s is receiving the update in Argentina, and A50 in Panama, Tobago, and Trinidad.

The M51, on the other hand, is getting the update in France, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Romania, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, the Baltic region, and the Nordic region.

If you live in any of these and haven't received the update on your A30s/A50/M51, you can try checking it manually by heading to the device's Settings > Software update menu.

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Sours: https://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_a30s_a50_m51_september__android_security_patch-newsphp

Software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 /S8+ (GU) / (GU)

Feb. 1,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQU8DUA2 (S8), GUSQU8DUA2 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Oct. 28,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS8DTJ1 (S8), GUSQS8DTJ1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Sept. 30,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS8DTI4 (S8), GUSQS8DTI4 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
July 27,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQU7DTF4 (S8), GUSQU7DTF4 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
April 2,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS7DTC1 (S8), GUSQS7DTC1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Feb. 24,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQU7DTA5 (S8), GUSQU7DTA5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Jan. 28,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQU7DTA5 (S8), GUSQU7DTA5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Oct. 24,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS6DSJ3 (S8), GUSQS6DSJ3 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Oct. 15,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQU6DSH8 (S8), GUSQU6DSH8 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Sept. 10,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS6DSH3 (S8), GUSQS6DSH3 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
July 31,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS6DSG4 (S8), GUSQS6DSG4 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
June 18,
  • Android version:
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5DSE5 (S8), GUSQS5DSE5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB(S8), MB (S8+)
May 8,
  • What's new: Fix for BSCP/VPN failure and April Security Patch Level
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): April 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5DSD3 (S8), GUSQU5DSD3 (S8+)
  • Build number: PRGUSQU5DSD3 (S8), PRGUSQU5DSD3 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
March 28,
  • Android P OS, Support for WIFI Calling and Video Calling on FirstNet, and March Security Patch Level
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): March 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5DSC1 (S8), GUSQU5DSC1 (S8+)
  • Build number: PPRGUSQU5DSC1 (S8), PPRGUSQU5DSC1 (S8+)
  • File size: GB(S8), GB (S8+)
March 5,
  • What's new: March 1, Security Patch Level
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): February 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5CSB1 (S8), GUSQS5CSB1 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS5CSB1 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS5CSB1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB (S8), MB (S8+)
Jan. 28,
  • What's new: January 1, Security Patch Level
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): January1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5CSA4 (S8), GUSQU5CSA4 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU5CSA4 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU5CSA4 (S8+)
  • File size: MB to MB (dependent on previous version)
Dec. 31,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): December 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5CRL1 (S8), GUSQS5CRL1 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS5CRL1 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS5CRL1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Dec. 5,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): November 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5CRK1 (S8), GUSQU5CRK1 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU5CRK1 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU5CRK1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB - MB
Oct. 26,
  • What’s new: Super Slow Motion added to camera and AR Emoji
  • What’s changing: Android device security updates and other fixes and enhancements
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): October 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5CRIB (S8), GUSQU5CRIB (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU5CRIB (S8), R16NW.GUSQU5CRIB (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Sept. 25,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): September 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5CRI4 (S8), GUSQS5CRI4 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS5CRI4 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS5CRI4 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Aug. 30,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): August 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5CRH1 (S8), GUSQS5CRH1(S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS5CRH1 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS5CRH1 (S8+)
  • File size: Up to MB
Aug. 20,
  • What's changing: Improved stability and various other enhancements and fixes
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): July 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU5CRG3 (S8), GUSQU5CRG3 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU5CRG3 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU5CRG3 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
July 16,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates 
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): July 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS5CRF5 (S8), GUSQS5CRF5 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS5CRF5 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS5CRF5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
June 19,
  • What's new: Android device security updates
  • What's changing: Various fixes and enhancements
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): June 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU4CRE9 (S8), GUSQU4CRE9 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU4CRE9 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU4CRE9 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
May 23,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): May 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS3CRE2 (S8), GUSQS3CRE2 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQS3CRE2 (S8), R16NW.GUSQS3CRE2 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
May 9,
  • What's changing: Stability improvement, Knox fix, and Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): April 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU3CRD4 (S8), GUSQU3CRD4 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU3CRD4 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU3CRD4 (S8+)
  • File size: GB or MB
March 31,
  • What's new: FirstNet Capable (FirstNet IOC2)
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): March 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU2CRC5 (S8), GUSQU2CRC5 (S8
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU2CRC5 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU2CRC5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
March 21,
  • What's new: Android OreoTM
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): February 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU2CRB9 (S8), GUSQU2CRB9 (S8+)
  • Build number: R16NW.GUSQU2CRB9 (S8), R16NW.GUSQU2CRB9 (S8+)
  • File size: GB
March 9,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): February 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS2BRB1 (S8), GUSQS2BRB1 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQS2BRB1 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQS2BRB1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Dec. 27,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates, including BlueBorne Fix (on SPLs September or later)
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): December 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS2BQL1 (S8), GUSQS2BQL1 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQS2BQL1 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQS2BQL1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Dec. 8,
  • What's new: Support for new Mobile Hotspot APN, HDR API for DirecTV, other various improvements and bug fixes, and Android device security updates, including BlueBorne Fix (on SPLs September or later)
  • What's changing: Enhanced network performance and enhanced Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) experience, including device restart to bring the device onto the AT&T network (Factory Data Reset no longer required), AT&T preloaded applications and features will be on the device after the restart, previous carrier’s preloaded applications and features will be disabled after the restart, and customer content will be retained (e.g. Images, documents, files, call logs, ringtones, user accounts, etc.)
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): November 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU2BQK5 (S8), GUSQU2BQK5 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU2BQK5 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU2BQK5 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Nov. 8,
  • What's new: Network performance improvements and Android For Work enhancement
  • What's changing: Android device security updates, including fixes for BlueBorne (on SPLs Sept. 1 or later) and KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): October 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU1AQJC (S8), GUSQU1AQJC (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU1AQJC (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU1AQJC (S8+)
  • File size: MB - MB
Aug. 21,
  • What's changing: Network performance enhancements, WPS (Wireless Priority Service), UX updates, navigation bar auto hide and AGIF, Email, Calendar and Knox updates, Bluetooth updates, stability updates, Advanced Messaging update, app select update, Smart help updates, Daydream support, various other updates and improvements, and Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): August 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU1AQGL (S8), GUSQU1AQGL (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU1AQGL (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU1AQGL (S8+)
  • File size: MB
July 20,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): July 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS1AQG1 (S8), GUSQS1AQG1 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQS1AQG1 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQS1AQG1 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
June 22,
  • What's changing: Android device security updates
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): June 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQS1AQF7 (S8), GUSQS1AQF7 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQS1AQF7 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQS1AQF7 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
June 13,
  • What's changing: Bixby updates and various UI enhancements, SD card synch and file transfer issue fixes, messaging enhancements, stability improvements, and Android device security updates.
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): May 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU1AQEF (S8), GUSQU1AQEF (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU1AQEF (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU1AQEF (S8+)
  • File size: MB – MB
May 9,
  • What's changing: Update to color balance display settings, Force Close fix for Data Quality Assessment (DQA) error pop-up, 5G Access Point (AP) Wi-Fi compatibility fix, and Bixby button key short press timing change
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): April 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU1AQDE (S8), GUSQU1AQDE (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU1AQDE (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU1AQDE (S8+)
  • File size: MB
April 21,
  • What's changing: Device performance enhancements, messaging application fixes, and user interface updates and enhancements
  • Android version:
  • Security patch level (SPL): April 1,
  • Baseband version: GUSQU1AQD9 (S8), GUSQU1AQD9 (S8+)
  • Build number: NRD90M.GUSQU1AQD9 (S8), NRD90M.GUSQU1AQD9 (S8+)
  • File size: MB
Sours: https://www.att.com/device-support/article/wireless/KM/Samsung/SamsungGU
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Here are all the Samsung devices eligible for three major Android updates

Eric Zeman / Android Authority

Over the past year or so, Samsung has really upped its software update game. Last year the company declared that it would provide three years of Android updates to all flagships from and later. Taking things a step further, Samsung announced in August of a whole bunch of Galaxy devices eligible for three years of Android updates, including tablets, flagship and foldable phones, and even some cheaper Galaxy A series of phones.

Moreover, Samsung also announced that all devices from or later will get four years of security updates. That includes every Galaxy line: Galaxy S, Note, Z, A, XCover, and Tab, for a total of over models.

Meanwhile, here are all the Samsung devices currently eligible for three years of major Android updates.

Samsung Galaxy S series

In the Galaxy S series, Samsung has promised three years of Android updates to all Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy S21 variants. Sadly, the Galaxy S9 series isn’t included in the list. This means that Android 10 would be the last update for the S9 and S9 Plus, given that they launched with Android Oreo.

As for the Galaxy S10 series, you can expect Android 12 to be its last update. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra, and S20 FE are in line to get Android 13 in the future. The Galaxy S21 phones launched with Android 11 so they should get updates till Android

Here’s a full list of all Galaxy S series devices on Samsung’s three-year update schedule:

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 4G/5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G/5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy All upcoming S series devices

Samsung Galaxy Note series

In the Galaxy Note series, only the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 phones are eligible for three years of Android OS updates. So we’re not expecting to see Android 11 on the Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy Note 10 series will get the new OS and Android 12 will be its last major OS update. The Galaxy Note 20 phones, just like the Galaxy S20 flagships, will be eligible to get Android

Here’s a full list of all Galaxy Note series devices on Samsung’s three-year update schedule:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • All future Note series devices

Other Samsung Galaxy devices eligible for three Android updates

Besides Samsung’s flagship phones, the company will also be extending its three updates policy to devices like the Galaxy Tabs, high-end Galaxy A series phones, and all its foldables. Below is a complete list.

Galaxy A series

  • Samsung Galaxy A71 4G/5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A72
  • Samsung Galaxy A51 4G/5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A52 4G/5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
  • Select upcoming A series of devices

Galaxy foldable devices

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G/4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G/4G
  • All future Z series devices

Galaxy tablets

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G/LTE
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • All future Tab S series devices

For Galaxy devices not on this list, Samsung says it “is committed to providing the latest Android OS upgrades until the hardware specifications allow to provide the optimized mobile experience.”

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Sours: https://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-android-updates/
How To Update Software On a Samsung Galaxy Smartphone

As an owner of an Android device, you probably know that the Android operating system (OS) requires an update every so often. These updates improve the security, fix any bugs, and add more features to your device.

How to Update the OS on an Android or Samsung Phone or Tablet

If you want to update your Android device but you’re not quite sure how to go about it, you’re in the right place. In this article, we provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to update your Android device manually or set it to automatically update whenever a new OS is available. And, if you have an old phone, we can help you update that software too.

How to Update Android OS Manually

In most instances, your Android device will give an update notification automatically. You can either choose to install the update right away or set it for another time. But there may be times when you want to perform the update manually. Here is how to go about doing so:

  1. Open your Android phone and make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi. Sometimes the updates are large and may use up a lot of your data, so using Wi-Fi is advised.
  2. Navigate to your “Settings” icon, usually depicted by a cog, and click on it. In the “Settings” menu, scroll down to find the “About Phone” option and tap on it.
  3. Locate “System Updates” and select it. Then choose “Check for Updates,” followed by “Update to Download and Install the Latest Android Version.”

Your phone will now update.

How to Update Android OS Manually on a Samsung Phone

  1. Open your device and navigate to “Settings.”
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the “Settings” menu to find “Software Update.” Click on it.
  3. Select “Download and Install.” Your phone will check to see if there are any updates available. If there are, select the update to start running. But, if there are no updates, it will tell you, “Your software is up to date.”

How to Update Android OS on a Tablet

Updating your Android tablet is fairly simple; this is how you do it for Android Pie (), Android 10, and

  1. Make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi to avoid using up a lot of your data.
  2. Navigate to the “Settings” icon by pulling down your notifications bar or looking on your “Home” screen. This icon features the image of a cog or gear. When you have found it, tap on the icon.
  3. In the “Settings” menu, scroll down until you see “Software Update” and click on it.
  4. Select “Download and Install.” Your tablet will then check to see whether updates are available; if not, it will inform you that your system is up to date. If there is an update available, you can click on it to start running the software.

To update Android Nougat () and Oreo , use this method:

  1. Open your tablet and connect to Wi-Fi. Then, navigate to “Settings.”
  2. From the “Settings” menu, select “Software Update.”
  3. Choose “Download Updates Manually.” You can then run the update once it has downloaded.

How to Update Android OS on an Old Phone

Android will not update phones older than two or three years in an attempt to get users to buy new phones. So, if you have owned your phone for four years and it won’t let you update your Android OS even though you know there are later versions, this is probably the reason.

But, there is a way to get around this, and it requires you to run a custom ROM. This method is advanced. We suggest backing up your system before attempting to follow this method.

  1. Start by rooting your device. You can find various types of rooting software available for download. We suggest trying Kingo Root. This software will guide you on the necessary steps for your particular Android device.
  2. You will also need to install a custom recovery tool on your phone. TWRP is a great tool to use and will provide you with the exact steps to follow for your specific device.
  3. Next, download the latest version of Lineage OS for your phone and install it.
  4. You will also need to install Gapps, the Google applications for the phone that includes Maps, the Play Store, and Search. To find the correct version of Open Gapps for your device, you need to first determine what architecture your device and the new Android version uses and then choose a variant. To figure out the device architecture download an app like the CPU-Z app. Once installed, open the “SOC” tab and look at the “Architecture Value.” This should tell you the device architecture. If you’re unsure, do a Google search to find out what architecture your phone uses. The Android version you end up with depends on the Lineage OS version you downloaded.
  5. Select your Open Gapps variant. There are several options to choose from, and each offers different services. Don’t worry too much about which one you pick, as you can always install missing apps later.
  6. Download the version of Open Gapps you have chosen.

You’ll now need to flash your device.

  1. Boot your device into recovery mode by pressing the “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons simultaneously. This will start TWRP.
  2. TWRP will ask you if you want to “Keep System Read Only.” You don’t want to accept this option, so select “Allow modifications.” Then select “Wipe” and then “Advanced Wipe.”
  3. Choose “Dalvik / ART Cache,” followed by “System,” “Data,” and then “Cache,” and then tap to wipe.
  4. Navigate back to the main menu and press “Install.” Choose the Lineage OS file you downloaded earlier from your “Downloads” folder. Then tap to confirm flash.
  5. Once the flashing is complete, a “Wipe cache/Dalvik” button will appear; tap it and then swipe to wipe.
  6. Again, navigate back to the main menu and select “Install.” Choose the “Open Gapps” file from your downloads folder. Tap it and then swipe to confirm the flash.
  7. Click on “Reboot System,” and when the “Install TWRP App?” prompt appears, choose “Do not Install.” Your phone will now boot to the latest version of Android OS.

How to Have Android OS Update Automatically

Android usually pushes updates to your device automatically. However, sometimes you may not receive these updates because a setting needs to be turned on. These steps show you how to enable automatic updates:

  1. Open your Android device and navigate to “Settings.”
  2. Scroll down the “Settings” menu until you find “Software Update.”
  3. Here, you will see an option to “Auto download over Wi-Fi.” Slide the toggle to the right to turn this option on; the toggle will then turn green.
  4. Close the menu. Your Android device will now automatically update, provided you are within Wi-Fi range.

Additional FAQs

Why Can’t I Update My Android Version?

There are several reasons why your Android device may not be updating. This could be anything from insufficient battery power, not enough storage space on your device, or something less easily fixable such as your device is too old.

First, try charging your phone and free up storage space by deleting apps you don’t use or transferring photographs and videos to your PC. If this doesn’t work, do a Google search to see what versions of Android OS are compatible with your specific device. If your device is not compatible with the latest version, follow the steps above to update an old phone with a newer Android OS.

Android OS Updated!

Updating the OS on your Android device can be challenging. But, if you follow the steps outlined in this guide, you should find the process relatively straightforward. Soon you will have the latest OS on your Android device, and you will know how to do the updates for future versions too.

Have you updated the Android OS on your device? Did you use a method similar to those shown in this article? If you have, let us know in the comments section below.

Sours: https://www.alphr.com/android-update-os/

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