The Galaxy Note 8 is one of Samsung’s first devices to get the November security patch. It already rolled out to the A7 (2017) in India just days back. The Galaxy A5, A7 (2017) were the first devices to get the update.

The patch is right now getting seeded in Asia to China and Hong Kong region. The US was the first to see the patch with carrier T-Mobile. We should now see it in other regions as well.

The update is for two models in that region, SM-N9508 and SM-N9500. The update will be labelled N9508ZMU2BQK1 and N9500ZHU2BQK1. In terms of fixes, the patch seals the KRACK flaw. Numerous other bug fixes have been included that number 61, these relate to the Android OS. Other bug fixes relate to Samsung’s software.

The KRACK fix is an important bug fix that users should highly consider applying as soon as the update arrives.

Users should juice up the battery to 50% and check the storage has enough space for the update. Then go ahead for the update.

Other handsets like the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S7 also have received the update.