More Galaxy smartphones are getting the November 2020 security update after the patch debuted on the Galaxy Z Fold 2 yesterday. The latest security update is also included in the third One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 series, and now Samsung is bringing the November 2020 security patch to two of its less popular smartphone models, namely the Galaxy Xcover Pro and the Galaxy A2 Core.
The latest firmware update for the Galaxy Xcover Pro is identified by firmware version G715FNXXS6ATJ2 and it’s rolling out across the European continent. Meanwhile, the new firmware for the Galaxy A2 Core carries version A260FXXS8ATJ1 and availability is much more limited. The update is rolling out in Saudi Arabia as we speak but it should reach more markets soon.
Samsung hasn’t disclosed the details of the November 2020 security patch but we’ll keep you up to speed as soon as we find out more. In the meantime, the new security update is bound to reach more Galaxy smartphone models in the coming days. If you happen to own the Galaxy Xcover Pro and/or the Galaxy A2 Core, you should be able to download the latest firmware in markets where it’s available by opening Settings, accessing Software update, and tapping Download and install.
As always, you can circumvent the procedure above by visiting our firmware section, downloading the right firmware for your Galaxy device model and region, and installing it on your smartphone using a Windows PC.