Samsung is now pushing the November security patch software to Galaxy Note 8 handsets in Taiwan after beginning the software rollout in China and on T-Mobile in the U.S. about a week and a half ago.

The Galaxy Note 8 is one of the last devices receiving the November security patch, which addresses such various performances tweaks to the Calendar, Gallery, Voice Recorder, and Reminder apps as well as a new feature for secure Wi-Fi and a fix for the Samsung DeX bug.

International Galaxy Note 8 handsets are receiving the N950FXXU1BQK6 firmware version, which is about 840 MB in size. The software is available wirelessly and should soon hit devices if users haven’t already begun receiving notifications that an update is available. To check for new software, users can access the software update section in settings. Tech-savvy Galaxy Note 8 users can also update handsets manually.   

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been on the market since September and currently runs the Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS. The device is likely in place to update to Android Oreo often the newest OS hits the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

Samsung is currently beta testing Android Oreo on the Galaxy S8 models, having recently rolled out the third version of the beta software, in the U.K and more recently in the U.S. The beta software includes a host of bug fixes, as per its changelog.