Samsung Galaxy Note 20 January patch update fixes fingerprint sensor bug


The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra units are now receiving the January 2021 Android Security Patch, and this update brings a number of security improvements, including a fix for fingerprint sensors on many handsets. Samsung claims that the January 2021 patch fixes a bug that allowed fingerprint sensors to work ‘abnormally’ and access false positive readings when a screen protector is installed. Many other phones like the Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S9 Series and Galaxy S20 Series have also started adopting the patch.

On its firmware site, Samsung Details January 2021 brings a solution to the problem of misidentification of false fingerprints using the patch scanner. This problem is due to the abnormal behavior associated with the “screen protector” which results in high FRR of fingerprint recognition. The patch adds optimal image compensation to prevent inversion for fingerprint registration with the screen protector. ‚ÄĚThis issue was reported in October 2020, and is now paired with the January 2021 update.

Sammobile Reports Select it Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Models have begun to receive the January 2021 Security Patch and are essential for all users to download as soon as they touch this update. It may be a while, because the company will release it in stages.

Unlike the Galaxy Note 20, the report also states Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S10, And Galaxy Note 10 Lite The patch has also started to adapt. It may take a few weeks for all users to receive a global update.

Sammobile Also reports That is Samsung Galaxy S9 And Samsung Galaxy S9 + Began receiving the January 2021 patch in Germany. The firmware version of the Galaxy S9 is G960FXXSDFTL1, the firmware version for the Galaxy S9 + is G965FXXSDFTL1.

Snapdragon models from Samsung Galaxy S20 There are series Report Began receiving the latest security patch. Unlock variants of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 +, And Galaxy S20 Ultra Receiving update and reported as firmware version G98xU1UES1CTL5. Customers of Sprint and T-Mobile are also reported to be starting to receive the latest security update.

If you have any of these Samsung phones mentioned above, you can check them manually for the update Settings> Software Update> Download and install.

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