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Flash September 2019 Security Patch For Razer Phone 2 Official Firmware

Written by Hassan Abbas

Razer Phone started rolling out the September 2019 security patch for Razer Phone 2 smartphone. This Phone is one of the most demanding gaming brands in the world which offers powerful gaming hardware smartphones. As it launched its second-generation gaming smartphone, which is Razer’s phone 2. It comes with excellent better specifications, gaming performance, and fantastic design. The Razer Phone 2 is running on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and later upgraded to Android Pie OS Officially. Now the time to flash September 2019 security patch for Razer Phone 2 smartphone.

This latest security patch brings tons of new features, some improvements, bug fixes, etc. The official update comes with build id P-RZR-ATT-RLS008, and it is still based on the Android 9.0 Pie OS. The September security update is packed with many improvements and features such as:

  • improved camera stability
  • Family Link support
  • Improved Wi-Fi stability
  • Latest GMS apps
  • improve system performance
  • bug fixes and much more…

Here in this article, we come with an easy step by step guide on how to download and install the September 2019 security patch for Razer Phone 2.

Razer Phone started rolling out the most recent security patch via OTA (over-the-air) region-wise, and it may take some time to be available globally. So if you have not received any new update yet and wish to upgrade your device as soon as possible, then first check it by going to phone settings> System> Software Updates> Check for Updates. If you find the September 2019 security patch, then just download and install it on your Razer Phone2. Otherwise, you can wait for this OTA update until you reach your region.


Make sure the stock September 2019 security patch given in this guide are working only with Razer phone 2. Do not try to flash them on any other device or incorrect variants.


We will not responsible for any kind of damage that may occur to your phone before or after the installation process. Proceed at your own risk.


  • Create a complete backup of your phone, in case anything goes wrong then you’ll be able to restore your data back.
  • Download and install the USB drivers for Razer phone 2.
  • Download the ADB Fastboot tools.
  • Make sure that the battery level of your Razer phone 2 is about 70 to 80% before flashing the stock image.
  • You need to unlock your bootloader to perform this September 2019 security patch flashing.
  •  Unlocking the bootloader will void the warranty of your device.

Steps To Flash September 2019 Security Patch For Razer Phone 2 Official Firmware:

Follow the given steps carefully to flash September 2019 security patch on Razer phone 2.


First of all, download the required system image from the above links for your Razer Phone 2 on the desktop of your PC.


Then, extract the downloaded firmware file to any directory on your PC/Laptop.


Connect your phone to your PC/laptop using its USB cable data cable.


Now, enter your Razer phone 2 into Download mode.


Follow this guide to unlock the Razer Phone’ 2 bootloaders.


Navigate to the folder where you have extracted the September 2019 security patch file.


Open Command Prompt by Right click + Shift on empty space within the folder.


Run the flash_all script to install the required bootloader, baseband firmware(s), and OS for Razer Phone.


Once the script finishes flashing, the September 2019 security patch will be installed.


Finally, your device will reboot.

Well done! These were the easy steps to flash September 2019 security patch on Razer phone 2.


Let us know in the comments area below if you have any questions or trouble while installing Razer Phone 2 update September 2019 security patch.

Also Read: How to Unlock Bootloader of OnePlus 3

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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