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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus are now recieving June 2020 update with build code N970FXXU4CTE9 and N975FXXU4CTE9. These new firmwares bring latest security patch to devices along with bug-fixes and some new features as well. Keeping speed with Google, June patch has arrived for the Note 10 series pretty quick. With rumors around for Note 20, its good to see Samsung still focusing on improving last year’s Note 10 lineup. Users can download official June 2020 firmware update from ahead.

Google has delayed its Android 11 release timeline due to various circumstances. So, for Android R on Note 10, we would have to wait a bit longer. Tracing back to June 2020 build, this is an incremental update that comes with various changes. If you are running a custom ROM, you can use the links ahead to download complete firmware and flash it via Odin. This firmware is also available on Frija (Samsung firmware downloading tool).

June 2020 Update, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 June 2020 Update

Google patches in security changes to Android source code each month. These changes are then served to compatible phones and tablets via software updates. Rather than simply pushing the security patch, new firmware builds are developed by each hardware manufacturer. This way, in addition to security changes, other features get integrated as well hence making the update more worthwhile.

Let’s discuss what’s new with Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus’ June 2020 update:

Call and Text on Other Devices Toggle

Samsung has added a new toggle on its June 2020 update that lets users disable and enable Call and Text on Other Devices. This feature allows you to connect your SIM-free Galaxy device to your phone and in turn, to the carrier your phone is connected to. Before, users were required to browse settings to enable or disable this functionality. However, in June 2020 build, there is a new notification center toggle for on-the-fly switching.

June 2020 Security Patch

Importantly, Galaxy Note 10 is getting June 2020 security patch with the latest firmware release. Each month, Google releases new security definitions that make Android more secure and less susceptible to attacks. This specific build carries all the changes that Google launched for June.

These changes might not seem much but it is always recommended to run latest firmware on your phone. Further, these builds also carry various bug-fixes that don’t get highlighted in the change-log but are present, nevertheless.

Download Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ June 2020 Update

The links will let you downlaod complete firmware files. These files can then be used to update your Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus. With latest Odin, users can install these official builds on their phones regardless of which old firmware they are currently running. Moreover, if your phone is rooted, this process will work perfectly to unroot your phone and return it to factory settings. Same applies to other system mods such as TWRP.

XXU4CTE9 Android 10 Update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+:

Build NumberXXU4CTE9
Android VersionAndroid 10 / Q
One UI VersionOne UI 2.1
Security Patch LevelJune 2020
Changelist Number18777656

The build code for both phones is exactly the same, however, do confirm which model you have before downloading to get the correct firmware files. You can not flash Note 10 Plus firmware on standard Galaxy Note 10. Even if you accidentally try to do so, Odin will throw a warning and would not proceed.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 N970F
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus N975F

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