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N910GDTU1DQL2 | Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G XSA Australia

N910GDTU1DQL2 | Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G XSA Australia

You’re going to download the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G Firmware N910GDTU1DQL2 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow from Yes Android Website.

Samsung is rolling out the August 2017 security update for the Galaxy Note 4 based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and you can download this Stock Firmware Update for your Galaxy Note 4 here from the current page.

The August 2017 Security Patch Update brings fixes for some issues such as critical vulnerabilities that detected in the Android OS as well as scores of moderate-risk and high-risk vulnerabilities. You can check the details of the N910GDTU1DQL2 August 2017 Security Update Changelog at the bottom of this page.

Download the firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G. Product Code for this firmware is XSA and it’s from Country/ Carrrier Australia. The PDA Version of this Firmware is N910GDTU1DQL2 and CSC is N910GXSA1DQL2. The Android Version is 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The changelist for this firmware is 12710111, build date is 15.12.2017 and the Security patch level date is 01.08.2017.

WARNING: This Stock Firmware Update released only for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G, so do NOT try it in another Model number even if it has the same Device's name. Flashing wrong Firmware will brick you Android Phone, so you are the only one who responsible for that (We are NOT).

Model Name SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 4
Model Number SM-N910G
Country/ Carrier Australia
Region Code XSA
Android Version Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
PDA N910GDTU1DQL2
CSC N910GXSA1DQL2
Changelist 12710111
Build Date 15.12.2017
Security Patch Level

01.08.2017


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How to Flash the Firmware Update With Odin Flashing Tool?

Brief instructions about Firmware Flashing

– Extract (unzip) the firmware file that you have downloaded.
– Download Odin Flashing Tool.
– Extract Odin ZIP file.
– Open Odin Flashing Tool.
– Reboot your Phone in Download Mode (press and hold Home + Power + Volume Down buttons).
– Connect your phone to the PC and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin.
– Add the firmware file to AP / PDA.
– Make sure re-partition option is not ticked.
– Click the start button, and wait few minutes.

Follow this tutorial for detailed and Step-by-step instructions.

Samsung August 2017 Security Patch Update Details (SMR-AUG-2017)

Along with Google patches, Samsung Mobile provides 16 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items described below, in order to improve our customer’s confidence on security of Samsung Mobile devices. Some of the SVE items may not be included in this package, in case these items were already included in a previous maintenance release.

SVE-2017-8889, SVE-2017-8891, and SVE-2017-8892: Stack overflow in trustlet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x)
Reported on: April 11, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
Lack of boundary checking of a buffer in trustlet can lead to memory corruption.
The applied patch adds boundary checking.

SVE-2017-8890: Over-read in trustlet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x)
Reported on: April 11, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
Lack of boundary checking of a buffer in trustlet can lead to unauthorized access to data outside of boundary.
The applied patch adds boundary checking.

SVE-2017-8893: Arbitrary write in trustlet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x)
Reported on: April 11, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
Assuming privilege escalation is achieved, lack of boundary checking in a trustlet can lead to arbitrary write.
The applied patch adds boundary checking.

SVE-2017-9008 and SVE-2017-9009: Integer overflow in trustlet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: N(7.x)
Reported on: April 24, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
Lack of boundary checking of a buffer in trustlet can lead to memory corruption.
The patch removed the part of code related to Integer overflow.

SVE-2017-9383: Abnormal screen touch via malformed input with multiwindow_facade API

Severity: Low
Affected versions: M(6.0)
Reported on: May 31, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
Lack of appropriate validation check for display ID can halt system due to NullPointException problem caused by mismatch to a non-existing display.
The supplied patch prevents unexpected exception by confirming the validation of display ID.

Some SVE items included in the Samsung Android Security Update cannot be disclosed at this time.

See Full details about August 2017 Security Patch Update here.

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