Samsung Galaxy S21 FE locked on Verizon carrier is now receiving the latest July 2022 Android security patch update in the US. Consumers can identify the most up-to-date Android security update through PDA release number G990USQU3CVF7.
Verizon’s July 2022 update provides performance improvements and the most up-to-date Android security patches on your Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone. Other than this, the changelog page doesn’t mention any new feature or additional performance improvements.
In order to download this update, do visit your phone’s Settings >> tap on Software updates >> and then click on Download and install. Now, wait for the phone to check for the available software rollout and fetch it on your smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE July 2022 update – Brazil
Samsung is sending the July 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone users in Brazil. The update comes with improvements for system security and stability.
At the same time, it also fixes over 50 privacy and security-related issues and exploits as well as upgrades multiple stock apps to enhance the overall device’s performance. You can identify this update through the One UI build version G990EXXU3CVG4.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) July 21, 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE June 2022 update – Europe
At the same time, it fixes over 60 privacy and security-related issues and exploits in order to improve the overall device’s performance. The update holds the One UI build version G990BXXU2CVF1.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE June 2022 update – India
Samsung is rolling out the June 2022 Android security patch update for Galaxy S21 FE smartphone users in India. It installs improvements for system security and stability to enhance the phone’s functionality.
At the same time, it upgrades various stock apps to boost the overall device performance. You can identify it through the One UI build version G990EXXU2CVF1.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) June 23, 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE May 2022 update – India
Samsung is sending the May 2022 Android security patch alongside a new software update for the Galaxy S21 FE users in UAE. The update fixes many privacy and security-related bugs as well as enhances system security and stability.
At the same time, the fresh software update also upgraded 8 stock apps in other to improve the overall device’s performance. It holds the One UI build version – G990EEXXU2CVDA.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) May 26, 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE May 2022 update – Middle East
Additionally, it comes with fixes for over a dozen of CVEs and upgrades for 7 stock apps in order to improve the phone’s performance in every aspect.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) May 18, 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE May 2022 update – Asia, Europe
At the same time, it fixes over a dozen of CVEs from Google and Samsung to enrich the overall device performance. You can identify it via One UI build version G990BXXU2CVD9 in Europe and G990EXXU2CVDA in Asia.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE February 2022 update – India
Identified via the One UI build version G990EXXS1BVB8, the update improves the security and stability of your device. At the same time, it also protects your phone from bugs and viruses to deliver seamless performance.
Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE February 2022 update also fixes around 60 vulnerabilities and exploits. However, the official support page mentions that this update brings fixes for 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate levels of issues and exploits.
You can download this software update by visiting your phone’s Settings >> tapping on Software updates >> and then clicking on Download and install. Now, wait for the phone to check for the available software rollout and fetch it on your smartphone.
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.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) March 4, 2022
Samsung Galaxy A03 grabbing Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update
Samsung is gearing up to roll out the One UI 5.0 beta update to its eligible flagship smartphones. But the company is not leaving its low-cost devices behind and providing them with their latest OS updates. Recently, Samsung has started releasing the Galaxy A03 Android 12 One UI Core 4.1 update.
Identified via One UI build version A035FXXU1BFH4, the latest update comes with a bunch of new features, improvements, and customization options to enhance the Galaxy experience. Additionally, it installs the July 2022 Android security patch that fixes over 50 privacy and security-related issues and exploits.
It should be mentioned that this major firmware update is releasing in some Europan countries at the moment. However, the company will not let other users wait for too long to get access to the new software changes.
Samsung Galaxy A03 Android 12 One UI 4.1 update: What’s new:
Samsung One UI 4.1 is more intuitive, more secure, and easier to use. With this latest update of Galaxy A03, the Korean company brings multiple new features while the Material You-based Color Palette, which is capable to theme the system UI based on your wallpaper, is the most significant change.
Improving privacy is another aspect of the latest update. It brings permission info at a glance, new camera and microphone indicators on the status bar, clipboard protection, and private approximate location.
Other than this, the new OS enhances the Quick Share feature so that users can share and edit their files with more ease. There’s a Grammarly-powered Samsung keyboard that prevents you not making any silly typing mistakes.
On the other flip, a bunch of first-party Samsung apps has also been improved. These include the Gallery, Calendar, Samsung Internet, Device Care, and more. Whereas, the company’s partnership with Google ensures a more seamless performance while using third-party apps.
There’s a lot more to know about this firmware. Go to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install to check out the complete changelog. Simultaneously, download it to get access to many hidden features.
Samsung Galaxy A12 One UI 4.1 (Android 12) update starts rolling out
Two years old yet famous Samsung Galaxy A12 has begun collecting the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update, in a recent development. The update brings a lot of new features to give this budget smartphone user flagship-level customization options.
Well, this is the last major OS update for this device. It is not eligible for Android 13-based One UI 5.0 and after this current firmware, it will only receive security patches. As of now, it’s installing last month’s Android security patch which is July 2022 instead of the latest August 2022.
It’s worth mentioning that Samsung is currently rolling out the Galaxy A12 One UI 4.1 update for the Russian unit. However, as usual, the company will not take much time to spread the update widely. To check it manually on your Galaxy device, do visit Settings followed by Software update and Download and install options.
Coming to the changes that this update brings, Color Palette is the most noticeable change that Android 12-based One UI 4.1 brings to Galaxy customers. It is capable to theme your quick panel, dialer app, settings, volume panel, and app icons according to your wallpaper.
Next, the Samsung Keyboard has received a major change, it has added Grammarly so that you can ensure that you are not doing any spelling mistakes while typing a message. The Galaxy app has new editing tools called Object eraser and Shadow eraser.
Other than these, with the Enhanced quick share feature, you can more seamlessly share your files and quickly edit them before sending. Google Duo which is now merged with Google Meet lets you share your Gallery, videos, shows, etc with other persons on a video call.
Samsung Calendar now allows you to add stickers to entries while Samsung Notes, Samsung Internet, Dark Mode, Bixby Routines, Always On Display, and Widgets picker UI are now more powerful. Additionally, there are new lock screen widgets added.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE August 2022 update improves various apps in the UK
Samsung is dispatching the Galaxy S21 FE August 2022 Android security patch update in the UK. Aside from just enhancing the performance of the system, the latest security patch also upgrades a bunch of Samsung One UI applications.
According to the information, this firmware update holds the One UI build version G990BXXU2CVG7 and is filled in a package size of around 400MB. To download it, navigate to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install options.
Furthermore, Samsung is improving the security of Galaxy S21 FE with the August 2022 update in the UK. These improvements ensure that your files and data are saved safely on your phone.
Plus, the enhanced system stability makes sure that you won’t face problems like app crashing, system lagging, etc. On the other hand, the official update notes also mention various stock app upgrades.
These applications will be updated to their latest versions as soon as you install the August patch. It will improve the performance of these apps alongside the stability. The list of applications is as follows:
- Galaxy Wearable
- Samsung Notes
- Samsung Health
- Samsung Members
- Voice Recorder
Besides these, the company’s August patch details also note over 50 privacy and security relates issues and bugs alongside 31 SVE items. These include Samsung DeX and Knox issues, MAC address leak issues, improper access control security buds, and others.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) August 18, 2022
Display issue fixed?
A high number of Galaxy S21 FE users have reported the display ghost touch issue on the Community and Reddit. According to them, when lifting finger from the touch screen, the device started operating on itself in some direction randomly.
However, a Samsung team member replied to a user that this issue will be fixed with the August 2022 security patch. Well, this month’s security patch update changelog for the device doesn’t mention this. You will notice the changes after you update your phone.