It’s barely a day since Google published the November 2018 security bulletin and today, we are here talking about the same November 2018 security patches for a bunch of Samsung Galaxy phones. Quite unusual, right? But it’s happening.
The devices in question, contrary to the expectation, are from the entry-level and mid-range segments. They include the Galaxy A3 2017 (SM-A320F), Galaxy J7 Prime (SM-G610FD), Galaxy C9 Pro (SM-C900F), and Galaxy A5 2016 (SM-A510M).
The A3 2017’s update has software version A320FXXU4CRJ1 while the J7 Prime’s update comes as version G610FDDU1CRJ5. The C9 Pro is receiving an update with software version C900FDDU1CRJ4 while the A5 2016 is on the end of version A510MUBU6CRJ5.
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All of these updates install November 2018 security patches, fix various bugs and improve the general system stability. They are airborne, meaning it will take several days before all affected handsets get the download notification, so you’ll have to be a little patient.