Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Getting New Update to Fix 4G Related Bugs in Taiwan

Samsung is rolling out a new update for the Users of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in Taiwan. The update is visible by a firmware version (N950FXXU2BQKG). It is being introduced to fix an issue of “intermittent interruption of LTE data.”

Earlier this month, the firmware with the same version was introduced. That was the December Security Patch. In addition it also improved stability of the device. And enhanced the device’s security. Then, what is the new update offering? The only highlight in the latest update is an issue of intermittent interruption of LTE data. Besides this, the update fixes a few bugs. So this looks to be just a followup update.

Although, we are not sure what kind of LTE data interruption Samsung is referring to, but we are hoping the update fixes the problem with switching between 3G and 4G networks on Note 8. Also, we are waiting to see if the update will be released for other regions or stay exclusive to a few countries only.

But for now, if you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 User, living in Taiwan, you can check if the update is available or not. For that, you have to open the Settings option, then click on Software update menu. If available, you can start the downloading manually. The rollout seems to have begun a couple of days ago, so it should have reached most eligible handsets at this point. Also, if the update is not available for you over the air, you can use a PC to manually install the latest software.


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