New update alert: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, Galaxy Note 8, Moto X4, Vivo Z1 Pro, Mate 30 Pro, Realme X2 Pro, Nokia 3.2

Another set of refreshing updates is now available for various Android devices including Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy 10+ (T-Mobile), Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Motorola Moto X4, Vivo Z1 Pro, Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G, Realme X2 Pro, and Nokia 3.2.

Find the complete description below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ (T-Mobile)

T-Mobile has released the July patch to Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. Let’s take a closer look.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Starting off with Samsung Galaxy Note 10 that is receiving the July update issued by T-Mobile. The performance and security enhancement can be expected from this update and it arrives as version N975USQS4CTF3/N975UOYN4CTF3.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

T-Mobile Mobile has also pushed the July OTA to Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ which secures the version N975USQS4CTF3. The security, stability, and performance of the device are improved with this update. Here’s the short changelog:

· The security of your device has been improved.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The new July patch is also live for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which carries version N950FXXSCDTF4/N950FOXMCDTF1 (size: 580.27MB). The update comes with bug fixes and also boosts the security of the device.

Motorola Moto X4

Motorola Moto X4 is picking up the July update which arrives with version PPWS29.69-39-6-10. It provides better security and stability to the device.

Vivo Z1 Pro

The new bugfix update is now live for Vivo Z1 Pro and it hits the device as version 6.8.30 (size:160.83MB). This patch brings fixes to known issues and also improves system stability.

Thanks for the Tip, Puran Shirra

Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G

The fresh July update is now available for Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and it carries version It brings better security to the device and is measured at 279MB.

Thanks for the Tip, Vrushant

Realme X2 Pro

Realme X2 Pro is now picking up the long-awaited W.73 update as per the internal beta team report. It introduces a bunch of new features along with bug fixes. Below is the detailed changelog:

There are also a few small features and fixed bugs

●In the new status information, long press to copy the IMEI number function

●New recommended function of battery setting interface

● Added security support bottom recommendation function

●Optimize the logic of automatically hiding the floating ball in the full screen interface

● Added the ability to take long screenshots in horizontal screen

● Optimize the super standby effect at night

● Added support for 10 common application clones such as Tencent Video, Douyin, Kuaishou, King Glory, and Peace Elite*

●Added a separate encryption function for the clone application, privacy is more in place

●Optimize the application split-screen interface UI, increase the switch split line

●Fixed system application problems such as Breeno voice and Le Swipe lock screen in my game

● Fix the problem that Bluetooth is turned off when the airplane mode is turned on

● Repair low battery charge to 80%, power saving mode is not automatically turned off

● Fix the problem of misalignment of super flash charging figures

Thanks for the Tip, Aryan

Nokia 3.2

Finally, Nokia 3.2 is also picking up the July security patch which is merely 14.65MB in size. The current update enhances the security, stability, and overall performance of the device.

Thanks for the Tip, Krishna K

That’s all for now, stay tuned for more update alerts.

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