A new security update is coming to the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018), the eye, four years after its launch.
It has been four years since the Galaxy A8 (2018), but it does not prevent you from receiving new updates from Samsung. Attention, because this mid-range of the South Korean firm just got a software update in some Latin American countries.
That’s what colleagues say Sam-Mobilewhich explain that the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) has received a security update that improves several bugs related to privacy and security users. Next, we see what this update consists of and how to check if your Galaxy A8 has received it.
Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) gets software update
The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) is a mid-range mobile that Samsung launched over four years ago. That a lot of time has passed since its arrival on the market does not seem to matter to the South Korean manufacturer, which has prepared a new software update for the terminal.
Specifically, it’s a security patch that’s coming for improve dozens of bugs related to this area and also to privacy. Moreover, as pointed out Sam-Mobilethe update could also cause improvements to mobile stabilization and other types of errors.
The firmware version is called A530FXXULCVB1 and has already begun to unfold in Colombia. However, and always taking into account information from specialized media, it could happen in the next few days other countries in the Latin American market. Moreover, it is not excluded that it even reaches other regions of the planet.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and want to know if you have received this update, just go to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. If the update is available, you will be able to choose “Install Now”, “Schedule Installation”, or “Later”. If your smartphone has already been updated, you will see the current version information on the screen.
There is no doubt that that’s excellent news that Samsung is worried about updating these old mobiles. If your terminal is a Galaxy A8 of the year 2018, stay tuned for possible software updates for safer performance.
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