Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is getting February 2022 Android security patch update. It improves system security and stability to enhance users’ experience. Currently, the update is released in India and will soon be rolled out for more users.
The comes with One UI build version F926BXXS1BVB3 and a package size of 284.41MB. Moreover, Samsung’s February 2022 update also fixes 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate levels of issues and exploit for system performance enhancement.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsungUpdatess) February 25, 2022
If you are a Galaxy Z Fold 3 user in India, you might have received the notification for the latest software rollout. If not then you can download and install it manually by visiting your phone’s Settings. To do this, follow the steps mentioned below.
- From Settings, go to Software update.
- Tap on Download and install.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
Furthermore, the installation procedure may take some time to complete the package unpacking. So, keep patience and let the phone install this software update. Once, installed the phone will reboot and start initial apps optimizations.
Before you begin the downloading process, make sure that you backup your important data, so you won’t lose any important files. Although the upgrade procedure won’t replace or remove any of the corresponding data from your smartphone, it’s recommended to do so for extra safety measures.
Samsung Galaxy A90 is being served with December 2022 security patch
Samsung has begun rolling out its latest December 2022 Android security patch update to a three-year-old Galaxy A90 smartphone. This update slightly improves the device’s performance as well as fixed over five dozen security and privacy-related vulnerabilities.
As per the official support page, this update addresses five critical, sixty high, and two moderate levels of CVEs along with thirteen SVEs from Google and Samsung in order to provide customers more confidence toward their phone’s security.
In addition to these, the Samsung Galaxy A90 December 2022 security patch further improved the stability of your phone to deliver a seamless user experience and optimizes the security to keep your files and data safe on your phone.
Moreover, this update is rolling out in Australia and New Zealand at present time and will reach more users in the coming time. As of now, users can identify it through One UI build version A908BXXS5EVK4.
Meanwhile, to get access to it, simply head over to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install.
Samsung’s new update for Galaxy S10 improves camera, stability
Samsung starts rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy S10 series smartphones. The latest Galaxy S10 s/w update includes November 2022 security patch, and improvements for camera, stability, reliability, and security.
According to Samsung’s support page, the Galaxy S10 November 2022 patch update also brings camera stability improvements. Moreover, the changelog lists stability and reliability enhancements for the device’s behavior.
Adding to this, the new November 2022 security patch is included in the package which ensures your Galaxy S10 series device stays secure against threats, bugs, and CVEs discovered over the past few months.
Users can identify the update via build versions: G970FXXUGHVK1, G973FXXUGHVK1, and G975FXXUGHVK1 for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, respectively.
Since the update deployment has just begun in Germany, the Korean tech giant may expand the availability to more European markets shortly. We guess this OTA update would be available for S10 smartphone users worldwide.
- The stability has been improved.
Stability and reliability
- Device behavior has been improved.
- The device is protected with improved security.
S23 will be a worthy upgrade
Next year, Samsung’s going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series flagships, with only a Snapdragon processor, a new power-efficient display, an upgraded camera system, and a lot more. In case you are wondering to upgrade your Galaxy this time, the Galaxy S23 will be a worthy upgrade.
Samsung Galaxy A32 Android 13/One UI 5.0 update is rolling out in Europe, Korea
Samsung is now rolling out the Android 13 One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A32 5G smartphones. This update is rolling out in some European countries at the present time and will expand to more users shortly.
- Software version: A326BXXU4CVK5
You can get access to this major software update on your Galaxy A32 smartphone through its “Settings“. From here, enter the “Software update” section and tap on the “Download and install” option.
Initial story – Galaxy A32 4G [Korea] …
Yesterday, Samsung officially started delivering the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A32 4G smartphones in some global markets. Now the Galaxy A32 One UI 5.0 update is expanding in South Korea.
The latest update is released with One UI build version A325NKSU1CVK4. It brings plenty of new features including Extract text from images, Per-app language, Notification permission, Bixby text calls, Stack widgets, Lockdown mode, Maintenance mode, new swipe gestures for easier split-screen and pop-up view, Camera Watermark, Help guide in Pro mode, and many more.
At the same time, the company also improves a bunch of its older One UI functions, such as Color Palette which now has 16 palettes and basic colors instead of 4, picture and video editing tools in the Gallery app, Edge Panels, Wallpaper and Style section, Camera’s Single Take and Food mode features, My Files apps, and others.
One UI 5.0 also brings some notables changes to the user interface. The Notification panel and Quick settings panel are impressively revamped, the app icons are now bolder, and the system animations are also sweetened.
Aside from these, you will notice three new Settings menus – Connected devices, Modes and Routines, and Security and Privacy, some new accessibility options in the Quick panel, and a set of new customization options for the Lock screen.
Last but not least, the Samsung Galaxy A32 One UI 5.0 update installs the outdated October 2022 security patch in Korea, however, it addresses dozens of privacy and security-related issues and optimizes system stability.
— Samsung One UI Software Updates (@SamSWUpdate) December 6, 2022