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Samsung kickstarted the rollout of the March 2019 security patch by releasing it for the Galaxy M20 at the beginning of this month. This week, the company released the same update for the Galaxy S8+ and the Note 8. Samsung’s latest phablet, Galaxy Note 9, is also joining the list now with the update rolling out in more than a dozen countries. Our firmware database shows the March update for the Note 9 is out in Egypt, Switzerland, South Africa, Nordic countries, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, and a few other markets since yesterday.

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The release, which bumps the software version to N960FXXS2CSC1 in the Nordic region, doesn’t seem to bring anything else other than the latest security fixes to the flagship phablet. As detailed by Samsung last week, the March 2019 SMR (Security Maintenance Release) includes patches for eight critical and dozens of high-risk vulnerabilities in Android OS. Additionally, the update also patches 11 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items, a few of which are classified as high risk.  
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Expert Level 5
OH to india me ab aaya
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Expert Level 5
international version ko 2 March ko mila ye update
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aa gaya kyaa
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Active Level 10
It will take time to reach to india😑
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Expert Level 3
@abhy. At least mention source of article provided and credit to actual writer. you are just copying and pasting as if it was yours. just a suggestion
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Active Level 7
this good security is necessary
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yes indeed
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Active Level 6
👍
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