The U.S carrier, T-Mobile is now pushing a new software update for its carrier branded Galaxy Note 8. Apparently, marking the second minor update for the phablet so far in this month. Fortunately, the update do brings a bunch of improvements and new features. And, unfortunately makes the device stick with the last month’s security patch dated 1st August.
The OTA update weighing in at nearly 200MB carries firmware version no. N950USQU1AQ15. According to the changelog, the update stabilize the Google Maps app on the device and also improves the Weather Widget and Navigation app. In addition, we can expect minor bug fixes and other minor changes not enlisted in the changelog.
Again! Not the September Patch
This September is all set to bid adieu from us soon. And, it’s quite weird that Samsung didn’t roll-out September Security patches to any of its devices
We already mentioned that, the new update persists the device to the August patch, that it had already received with the previous update. In fact, it’s quite strange to know that Samsung hasn’t pushed the latest September patch to any of its devices yet, though the firm had updated its Security Bulletin with this month’s SMR.
Nonetheless, since the OTA started making rounds nearly a week ago. By this time, all most all users ought to have got the push notification to update. Or otherwise, if the update notification hasn’t hit your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8. You could manually check for the update by heading over Settings>About Device>Check for updates section.