Samsung pushing fix for Exynos exploit, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 and Sprint Epic 4G Touch first


As promised, Samsung is delivering a fix for a security hole in the Exynos architecture found in devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S2. First to receive the patch are T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G Touch.

Both updates are small and provide only minor tweaks and fixes otherwise. The Epic 4G Touch will receive software version FL24. The Galaxy Note 2 will move UVALL4. Owners of either device can expect the update to arrive over the air. New software can be checked for by heading to the ‘About phone’ menu under Settings.

[via T-Mobile, Sprint]

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  1. Must be a popular update on TMo. I just got a message whose intent was basically “we have too much traffic right now from people like you trying to force the update” when I checked for updates.

    1. I have never heard anyone say that before. LoL!! That’s funny.

  2. My S2 says no firmware.

  3. Next up… Jelly Bean! Already running Sprint’s version.

  4. I got my update… changed me from 4.1.2 to 4.1.1….. on my galaxy note 2! kinda weird. Lol

  5. I smile when I see “Epic 4G Touch” in titles. It means they know our phone still exist. I’m gaining my faith back. I have FL16. I’ll just wait for my ROM developer to update their ROM.

    JellyVerse is running very good and I don’t mind having this exploit if it means running this ROM. =.P

  6. What is going on with this? Every time I have tried since the announcement all I get it is “access to the server is provided to users in the order in which they request it, please try again later” anyone else?

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