Verizon note9 September 1st security patch update

Jewels81

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I was just going to say the same thing. Nice to see them getting it out during the current month. Lets hope that continues.

Lol. Yeah it is and I hope so to but won't be shocked if they get behind again lol. I had dozed off and woke up with the notification of the update. On the note8 I had to go to settings to search for update lol.
 

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I get this when I search for updates? Wth?

Maybe it lost connection to service. I got that once on my note8. I gave it some time and tried again later and that went away. You could try restarting your phone to see if that helps or just try again later:)
 

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Maybe it lost connection to service. I got that once on my note8. I gave it some time and tried again later and that went away. You could try restarting your phone to see if that helps or just try again later:)

I will restart thanks. It's a new device, I just got yesterday and hadn't restarted it yet
 

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Maybe it lost connection to service. I got that once on my note8. I gave it some time and tried again later and that went away. You could try restarting your phone to see if that helps or just try again later:)

Grrr I restarted and tried again but it still says it doesn't recognize my device
 

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so I just got my note 9 yesterday. I'm on android version 8.0.1 so am I already updated? the update system keeps saying it won't recognize my device
 

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sorry...8.1.0 is the version I'm on
Thanks but that's the Android version. It typically stays the same for months at a time, through several firmware updates. The firmware is listed as "Baseband version". That's what identifies each firmware update you get. The last four characters suffice to identify the firmware for a given model.
 

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Thanks but that's the Android version. It typically stays the same for months at a time, through several firmware updates. The firmware is listed as "Baseband version". That's what identifies each firmware update you get. The last four characters suffice to identify the firmware for a given model.

Thanks! I'm on ARH6
 

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I've been delaying it since yesterday because I have to temporarily re-enable everything I have disabled first (I use Package Disabler Pro). Seems they're a lot more pushy with updates now - I'm STILL delaying the Oreo update on my Note 8!
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