Samsung Galaxy Note9 users have taken to the forums to report display coloration and resolution issues after installing the March 2020 update. The company is yet to respond to the reports.
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Google is reportedly pulling the March security updates for Pixel 4 users on AT&T. Users began reporting that the update breaks Google Pay, likely because the AT&T build wasn't certified by Google.
Two and a half months ago, Samsung began its Nougat rollout for the Galaxy Note5, starting in Turkey. Now, the update is making its way to Europe... with three-month-old Android security patches.
Three months after Samsung began its Nougat rollout, and eight months after Google originally released Android 7.0, the update now appears to be making its way to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in India.
The April security patches are already available from Google, but T-Mobile is only now updating the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge with the March security update, which was released six weeks ago.
HTC has begun rolling out a new update for the One M9, bringing last month's Android security patches, various bug fixes, and an unspecified 'system enhancement', to unlocked models of the device.
After releasing the March security update for its Galaxy A5 (2017) in Europe earlier this week, Samsung has now begun its rollout of those patches for that handset's predecessor too.
Samsung released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy Note5 in mid-March, and for the Galaxy S6 edge+ a week later. Now, the update is making its way to both of those devices on Sprint.
Two weeks after T-Mobile released the March security update for Android to its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, Sprint has now started its over-the-air rollout of those patches to both handsets.
After releasing the March security update for Android to its Galaxy S5 in Europe last week, Samsung has now begun rolling out those patches to the Galaxy A5 (2017) in European markets too.
After upgrading its Xperia Z5, Z4 Tablet and Z3+ to Android 7.0 Nougat last month, Sony has commenced its rollout of the latest Android security patches for all three of those devices.
AT&T released Android's February security update to the Galaxy Note 4 a couple of weeks ago - but Sprint is now updating the Samsung handset with the very latest set of security patches for March.
In two weeks' time, the Galaxy S5 will be three years old - but that hasn't stopped Samsung from bringing the ageing device up to date with Google's latest security patches for Android.
The unlocked US models of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge hadn't received a single security update since December - but while the March patches are now available, the wait for Android 7.0 Nougat continues.
The March security patches are now rolling out to LG's G5 and V10 on AT&T, including various bug fixes and performance improvements. However, the long wait for Android 7.0 Nougat on the V10 continues.
Just over two weeks after Google released its March security patches, T-Mobile has now made them available for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, along with additional bug fixes and performance improvements.
OnePlus has finally released its update to Android 7.1.1 for the OnePlus 3 and 3T. The update comes in the form of OxygenOS 4.1.0 and will also include Google's March security update.
Google released its March security update for Android last week, and now Sony is among the first manufacturers to begin rolling out those patches to its devices, including four of its premium phones.
BlackBerry is one of the first manufacturers to roll out the March security update for its Android devices, after Google released its latest round of patches for the OS earlier this week.
Verizon has wasted no time in making the latest Android security patches available to Google's Pixel and Pixel XL flagships. The update also includes an additional fix for in-car Bluetooth calls.
Google has published its March security bulletin for Android, and the latest patches are rolling out via an OTA update. New factory and OTA images are available for supported Nexus and Pixel devices.