The first Samsung May 2022 security patch update was released for Galaxy S22 series at the April end. The company later released another May 2022 security update for the devices in India, UAE, Malaysia, and other International markets. Now the company is expanding the 2nd Samsung Galaxy S22 May patch in the US.
The update not only enhances the security and stability of your device but also includes fixes for two major issues. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra users reported having suddenly disconnecting issues with S Pen in certain scenarios, which have been fixed now.
On the other flip, the issue with intermittent video recording while using the camera or third-party app that occurred after installing the first May 2022 security update for some Galaxy S22 users has also been fixed with the latest update.
Further, the 2nd Samsung Galaxy S22 May patch update is currently available on T-Mobile in the US and users can identify it through the following build version for their respective Galaxy S22 devices.
- Galaxy S22 – S901USQU2AVE4
- Galaxy S22+ – S906USQU2AVE4
- Galaxy S22 Ultra – S908USQU2AVE4
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As soon as your phone received this update, it will notify you to download. In case you wanna check it manually, navigate Settings >> Software update >> Download and install. Now follow the on-screen prompts to download it.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 September 2022 security update reaches T-Mobile unit in the US
Last week Samsung started rolling out the September 2022 Android security patch update for the all-new Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphones on Verizon’s network. Now T-Mobile is expanding the Galaxy Z Flip 4 September 2022 update in the US.
While this is just a minor software update, Samsung is preparing a major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for the devices. Yesterday, the company has opened the One UI 5.0 Beta forum for these devices, which suggets that the beta version is coming soon.
The Android 13 is the first major OS switch that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will make in the coming months. After this, the device will receive three more big Android OS updates to provide customers with the most advanced features and technologies.
Furthermore, the latest September 2022 software update for this flagship device improves its security and stability in order to provide you with a safer and seamless user experience. Now you do not have to worry that bugs and viruses can attack your system.
Not only this but Samsung has also resolved a bunch of vulnerabilities and exposures to completely boost your phone’s performance. These fixes include 24 CVE items from Google Android OS and 29 SVE items from Samsung One UI software.
Other than these, there is nothing that the update brings with it. It’s with mentioning that T-Mobile is releasing Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 September 2022 update with One UI build version F721U1UEU1AVIA.
And, you can install it by navigating to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install. Just follow a couple of instructions mentioned on your screen and you can enjoy the latest changes.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 October 2022 security update rolling out now!
Samsung’s October 2022 security update is now rolling out for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in various markets. The new Android and One UI security patches are included in the latest software update packed for the Note 20 duo.
Users of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra “LTE” can identify October 2022 security update via PDA version numbers: N980FXXS5FVI4 and N985FXXS5FVI4.
On the other hand, consumers having 5G models can identify the same update via build versions: N981BXXS5FVI4 and N986BXXS5FVI4 for the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
Yesterday, the South Korean tech giant announced the October 2022 security patch details. According to the information, the October update brings fixes for over 40 security vulnerabilities; CVEs and SVEs.
October 2022 security patch now available for Galaxy Note 20 series in these markets:
- Caucasus countries
- Tom Ukraine
- Southeast Europe
- The Baltic region
- The Netherlands
Back in 2020, the company unveiled the Galaxy Note 20 series, which comes pre-loaded with Android 10-based One UI 2.5. It’s expected that the lineup will get its third and final major upgrade – Android 13-based One UI 5.0 later this year or early next year.
One UI 5.0 Beta
A few days ago, the company has started the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta testing program for the Galaxy S20 series, meanwhile, there’s no similar treatment for the 2020 Note flagship owners.
One UI 5.0 Beta Program is an opportunity that allows users to experience the new features and user interface of the upcoming Android 13 update. We expect, the company will soon announce the Beta program for the Note 20 series as well.
One UI 5.0 Features
Samsung’s One UI 5.0 iteration is based on the Android 13 operating system. It brings various new features and major improvements in the customization functionality such as Color Palette and Themed Icons.
Now, you have more choices in the Color Palette alongside plenty of new basic colors. Moreover, the Themed Icons are now not only available for select Samsung apps but also apply to Google & third-party apps too.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 at T-Mobile grabs September 2022 security patch
T-Mobile has now released the September 2022 security patch for Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ devices in the US. The update rollout is currently happening for a small amount of Galaxy S10 owners, while the carrier will expand its availability soon.
According to the changelog, the Galaxy S10 September 2022 update brings improvements to the overall stability of the devices locked on T-Mobile, in addition to improving the security with new security patch. It’s worth mentioning that Verizon has also rolled out the same patches to its branded devices 2 days ago.
- Overall stability of your device has been improved.
- The security of your device has been improved.
Samsung’s September 2022 security update fixes various critical, high, and moderate levels of CVEs and SVEs in order to ensure security on Galaxy devices. Furthermore, you can check the software versions for all Galaxy S10 series devices, below.
- G970USQU7IVH3 – Galaxy S10e
- G973USQU7IVH3 – Galaxy S10
- G975USQU7IVH3 – Galaxy S10 Plus
If you want to check for the latest update manually, head to your device Settings tap on Software updates, and finally hit the Download and install button.
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