The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t appear to be having any fabricate on Samsung’s update game, as the company has continued to release important updates for many of its gadgets in the last few weeks. We saw the Galaxy S10 and Demonstrate 10 get One UI 2.1, many mid-rangers bought the Android 10 update (and so did the $2000 Fold), and the April 2020 security patch is also making its way to a few gadgets.
Earlier this week, Samsung released the April security patch for the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and it is far now rolling out an update with the contemporary security patch to the Galaxy Demonstrate 8. As is normally the case, the update has been released in Germany, where it is far available with firmware model N950FXXSADTC4. The update most effective includes security enhancements; as we had confirmed a few weeks ago, Android 10 is now not coming to the Galaxy Demonstrate 8 or the Galaxy S8, though they’re going to maintain getting security updates for at least another couple of years.
The April security update for the Galaxy Demonstrate 8 will probably be released in more markets soon. As soon as it is far available in your nation, you’re going to be able to download it over the air from the cellular phone’s Settings » Software update menu by tapping Download and install. You can also find the latest firmware for the Galaxy Demonstrate 8 in our firmware archive in case you want to manually update your cellular phone.