03-07-2020 03:00 PM in
04-07-2020 05:35 AM in
Security Updates are typically sent out with software updates but a person can manually check for a Security update by going into settings then Biometrics and Security and tap on Security Updates and the phone will manually check @Rich15
Also go into Settings then about phone and tap on software information and then android security patch level and that should open up a web page to tell you more about existing and coming soon security patches.
Getting updates can also depend sometimes if a lerson has an unbranded phone i.e supplied by Samsung or a branded phone i.e supplied by a Network.
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07-07-2020 05:06 PM in
Here's Samsung's policy on security updates. The S10 Lite is listed as eligible for monthly security patches, up there with premium phones like the S20, Note10, Z Flip, Fold, S9 etc.
Now, why you don't have updates all months? Well, if there's a major software upgrade in the works like an upgrade to OneUI 2.1, it will take more time to reach your device due to development and testing requirements. There's a ton of reasons why you might not get an update a certain month. Currently the June patch (BTF2) is being rolled out by CSC, with O2 and 3 not having received the update yet.