Just as T-Mobile started sending out the “Night Mode” camera update for the Galaxy S9 and the S9+ yesterday, the carrier is now sending out a smaller update to the Galaxy S8 and the S8+. This brings the firmware version on the two devices to G950USQU6DSH8 and G955USQU6DSH8.
In terms of changes, Samsung mentions that there are some security improvements onboard, although the security patch level is unchanged from the last update (August 1, 2019), which raises some questions. The changelog also mentions that it brings improvements to the camera performance of the device including a new QR code reader app within the camera.
The carrier also has some good news for owners of the LG V30 with the handset now officially getting the Android 9.0 Pie update. It is worth pointing out that the update has been available for a few days now but only through the LG Bridge software for computers. However, the carrier has now officially started sending out the updates over-the-air. The update reportedly comes with the version number H93230d and features the August 1, 2019 security patch, so it seems like the update has been in process for a few months now.
You will reportedly need around 2.5GB of free space on your phone to start the update download, although the screenshot mentions the update is only 1812.6MB in size. If you haven’t seen the update already, be sure to head over to Settings – Software update to pull the update manually. The same steps apply to the aforementioned Galaxy S8 and S8+ updates as well.
Be sure to let us know if you’re seeing the updates already.
Via: TMo News