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Sprint Galaxy Note 8 receiving OTA update with October patch, Calling Plus, fix for Samsung Dex error and more

Sprint has released a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which includes bug fixes and several improvements. The update is available as an OTA and is only for the Sprint Galaxy Note 8 variant.

The build number of this update is N950USQU2BQJB and the file size is about 383 MB. The update is an important one, and we recommend you download it as soon it’s available for you. Sprint has improved and updated the Calendar app, Gallery, Reminder, and Voice Recorder.

The Wi-Fi calling feature has been improved with new features and renamed to Calling Plus. So don’t panic if the Wi-Fi calling option suddenly disappears from Settings after the update. Finally, an issue related to Samsung Dex has been fixed.

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Earlier today, the AT&T Galaxy Note 8 also received a security update. If you haven’t received this update yet, do not worry, it could take anywhere from a day to a week. You can manually check for it as well, from Settings > About > Software Update. 

The Galaxy Note 8 is currently running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, but it is expected to get the Oreo update in Q1 2018. As of now, Samsung has released the Android Oreo beta update for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ only.

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