Samsung’s most recent maintenance release brings fixes from Android’s security announcement, and the company’s own fixes also. Samsung Galaxy S9 users are currently apparently accepting the July 2019 Android Security patch, and nearby basic bug fixes, the update brings along camera improvements also. The firmware version for this update is G9600ZHU5CSFC, and just users in Brazil are accepting the update for the time being. However, a broader rollout should be expected soon, presently that the most recent security maintenance rollout has started in Brazil. The updating rolling out over-the-air (OTA), and users in Brazil can check physically by going to Settings if they haven’t received a notification yet.
Sammobile reports that Samsung Galaxy S9 users in Brazil are accepting the July 2019 Android Security patch. The report has not shared the screenshot of the changelog, however takes note of that it brings the majority of the current month’s patches and fixes that are a piece of Android’s security release and Samsung’s very own patches too.
As mentioned, it additionally brings camera dependability improvements, and the report says that this update may incorporate the improved Camera Night Mode and the QR code scanner that works free of Bixby Vision. Users can attempt the QR code scanner feature by empowering it in Camera Settings, and afterward scan a QR code by pointing the camera at it. This feature was taken off to Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 9, and Galaxy S10 users as of late, and even Samsung Galaxy A50 users got it a month ago.
If you cannot see the new Night Mode highlight even in the wake of installing the update, attempt to reset the camera app, to empower the new functions. To reset the camera app,
open the Camera app
Tap the gear icon to open camera Settings
press Reset Settings option situated at the bottom of the scroll.
We suggest you install the new July 2019 Android Security Update under good Wi-Fi condition and keeping in mind that the phone is on charge.