T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ update brings October security patches

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 owners, T-Mobile is now sending an update your way!

The T-Mobile Note 10 and Note 10+ are now receiving updates to version N970USQS1ASI3 and N975USQS1ASI3, respectively. Note 10 owners can expect their update to be 205.98MB, while Note 10+ owners will be getting a 209.61MB update.

Included are the October 1, 2019 Android security patches. That’s up from the September 2019 security patch level that the Note 10 and Note 10+ received a few weeks ago.

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If you’ve got a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+, you can wait for this update to hit your device over the air or you can check for your update manually by going into Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are flagship smartphones that are only around a month and a half old, so it’s good to see Samsung and T-Mobile keeping them up-to-date with security patches.

Thanks, Mike, Nick, Joseph, Rove, Derek, and Aaron!

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  • Alex Alvarado

    Not sure if that only happened to me but after the update, my phone shows a warning saying “battery temp is to low to charge” now it shows it is at 1% without being able to charge it. It was 98% before I did the update

  • Omar Boyer

    i am thinking about trying tmobile and getting a note 10 plus . right now i have At&t and live in los angeles ca. At&t service has been kinda ehh. It acts weird sometimes full bars and calls still fail instantly they dont even ring like u dial the number press the send button and instant “call failed” with full bars . And data has been very slow . and i aint being throttled yet since i berly used 2 gigs a month. and i mean slow like it wont even load a web page or the uber app fails to load so it causes problems when calling an uber/lyft and again thats with 3-4 bars lte. I had plenty of phones iphone x max , samsung s9 and other phones and stil same results . And call quality is a mixed bag . Sounds real bad sometimes cant hear the other person im talking too. Honestly im getting tired of all that. So does anyone know if tmobile is better in the LA area? Because their plans seem good and they offer good things . so its really tempting but i care more about coverage and signal . And if its better in LA than At&t i would deff switch! any one know how it is ? verizon also sounds good but they roaming outside the US is terrible and tmobiles is good so thats why i wanna also get tmobile since they Europe roaming is free.

    • Jason Caprio

      If you mainly live/work/play in the LA area, T-Mobile should work fine for you. They actually scored very highly on RootMetrics for that region and made #1 for Network Reliability which is very impressive. It’s generally a 3-way Tie between Verizon/AT&T/T-Mobile for the Los Angeles area. T-Mobile does excel greatly in metro areas, however, if you frequently travel “off the grid”, then I’d recommend going with Verizon.

      • Omar Boyer

        I travel more overseas than I do in the US . I’m always in LA with the maybe once a year trip to vegas . But I’ll guess I’ll try T-mobile since Verizon is just a big no no overseas 10 dollars for half a gig then down to 2G speed not even 3G ? Terrible , At&t is also 10 dollars a day overseas but they give u unlimited LTE till the next day . My mom has Verizon , so we used my At&t phone on this last trip so she kept her Verizon phone off completely. So I think TMobile will work better. Since it’s free

  • Donny Gunn

    Why did Tmo take away the 6T, the 7T which just came out, the note 9, s9 which all support the new 66, 71 bands but leave the old iphone 7 which does not? Am i missing something