Samsung has started pushing out a new update to its Galaxy S8/S8+ flagships. Currently hitting units in the UAE, the update brings along fixes to several issues, including those related to Bluetooth connectivity.

The update fixes a bug that caused the devices to reboot while controlling music playing through a wireless speaker. In addition, the update also includes some SD card-related fixes, as well as the Android security patch for May.

The flagships recently got the May security patch in India as well, but that update didn’t include the aforementioned connectivity bugfixes.