T-Mobile has just pushed out a brand-new update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, bringing the build number to N950USQU2BQLA. Here’s what to expect.
In addition to the December security update, which patches 10 issues found with Samsung’s software, as well as 11 critical problems for Android itself, T-Mobile includes updates for video calls along with also conferences, as well as DIGITS, the T-Mobile service of which allows you to use one phone number on multiple devices.
If you’re someone who could benefit coming from a DIGITS update, as well as any of the different updates, make sure to download the update as soon as possible.
If you have your Galaxy Note 8 set to automatically download updates, you should receive a notification when the update has been downloaded to your device. When you do, just hit “Install” on the notification. If you don’t see of which notification, head over to “System updates” in your Settings, then tap on “Download updates manually” to check.
T-Mobile has been Great to Samsung phones of which week — just a few days ago, the phone company released updates for the Galaxy S8, S8+, along with also Galaxy Note 5 of which included the December security patch as well.
Of course, while routine updates are always welcome, Samsung users are far more interested in a bigger-picture update — Android 8.0 Oreo. Galaxy fans will just need to download the beta to hold themselves over until the newest edition of Android official comes to Samsung phones.