The developers at T-mobile have just released the Security update for their Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920T smartphone which has some issues with the Finger print sensors. Some of the users who have been facing the Galaxy Note 5 security issues on the T-Mobile variants will have this issue got fixed with the current update.
The version for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 N920TUVS2COKC and it has been uploaded on the official site of the T-Mobiles. There are two ways to get this update downloaded on your device. The first is
1- Go to settings in your Galaxy Note 5
2- Tap on the About device option.
3- Once there go to the Software Update option
Here you will get the notification of the recent Security Update N920TUVS2COKC for Note 5. Or in other case If you don’t find any update you can simply download this update file separately which is 74.49 Mb in size and can be downloaded by clicking on the given link below.
One specific feature that is in this update is the addition of an “Android security patch level” in the Note 5 About device sections. You can see that it wasn’t there following last month’s update. With this new COKC update, not only are Galaxy Note 5 owners getting the latest security fixes, but now their Settings app can confirm that they have them.
Download Link for the file:
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920TUVS2COKC Update: Link