Verizon rolls out Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 4.1.1 (Android 12L) update in the US
Verizon-locked Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphone users have started installing the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 software update alongside the most up-to-date September 2022 security patch for security and stability enhancements.
The US network carrier is releasing this fresh update with the One UI build version F916USQU2HVI6. It brings many new features and customization options that allow customers to use their large-screen devices with ease. In addition, the company also brings several improvements over the previous One UI version.
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As per the new information, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is getting the Taskbar feature to make your foldable phone’s UI more intuitive and user-friendly than ever before. It offers swifter app switching, more customizable layouts, and frictionless multitasking.
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Samsung further enhances multitasking as you can now open multi-window from anywhere. When you drag an app into the edge, it opens in a split-screen view while dragging it into the center will open it in a pop-up view.
In addition, it enhances the user camera experience with the rear cover selfie feature. This Dual Preview will allow you and your subject to view the shot at once by displaying the picture on both the main and cover screens. Now with full control of the camera on the cover screen, you can take high-resolution selfies with the main camera using Rear Cam Selfie.
Other than these major feature drops, Verizon-bounded Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 users are also getting the Extract text from any image or screen feature with the Android 12L update. There are new calling features to easily see who’s calling, the ability to rearrange expression buttons, a more powerful search in My Files, and much more.
To download and install it, visit Settings of your foldable device and then tap on Software update and Download and install options.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE grabs second May 2023 update
Samsung has kicked off the second May 2023 security update for Galaxy S20 FE smartphone users. Earlier this month, the company released the first update of this update with the latest Android security patch for Galaxy S20 FE models.
The second May 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone comes with PDA version G781BXXU5HWE1. Users of this device will have to download a 250.33 MB package to install the update. Notably, the update is currently rolling out in India and could expand soon in the upcoming days.
The latest software improves some functions to enhance the stability and security of the Galaxy S20 FE 5G. In addition, it brings common bug fixes, performance enhancements, and improvements to deliver a smoother usability experience.
Furthermore, the fresh firmware also updates several stock apps including Samsung Notes Add-ons, Galaxy Wearable, Notes, Internet, Health, SmartThings, Members, Wallet, Calculator, Smart Switch, and Voice Recorder to the latest version after the new update.
If you have received the notification of the update then install it now to get a bug-free experience. You can also check the update by visiting the Settings app on your smartphone and opening the Software Update section.
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Now, click on the Download and install option. If any update is available, you can follow the on-screen instructions to install the update on your Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone.
Latest Samsung update for Galaxy S22 makes SOS feature more usable
Samsung starts rolling out May 2023 software update for the Galaxy S22 series, making the SOS feature even more usable. The latest update is initially rolling out in South Korea, while the changes are likely to be applied in international variants with future firmware.
According to the changelog, the Samsung software update for the Galaxy S22 series brings usability improvements to the Emergency SOS feature. The function which remains activated at all times can now be changed to turn ON or OFF through the Countdown/Time toggle.
Additionally, the new firmware brings system stability improvements to the device. It will help your Galaxy deliver a better user experience and a lag-free software UX. The native functions such as Camera, Home screen, and Lock screen will get better optimized with the OS after this new software installation.
Last but not least, there are a number of One UI apps that are getting new version updates alongside. To offer the best-optimized performance, Samsung included new app versions in the One UI software package. We believe that the One UI’s May 2023 patches are embedded in this update.
Samsung’s May 2023 security patch brings fixes to about 58 common vulnerability exposures in the Android operating system. Moreover, the Korean tech giant has included 21 additional Samsung Vulnerability Items in order to maintain the security level on Galaxy devices.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 May 2023 update live in the US
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 series started receiving May 2023 patch earlier this month and is now available in several countries. At the moment, Samsung is expanding the latest May 2023 security update to Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Plus in the US.
According to information, May 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 fixes over 70 flaws including 4 critical, 48 high, and 3 moderate levels of common vulnerability exposures to improve system security.
In addition to the latest security patch, this new software brings system stability improvements for increased device performance. Besides, the system function also got enhanced in order to expand the overall performance of the Galaxy Tab S7 series.
May 2023 update for Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Plus in the US can be identified with version T878USQU3DWE3 and T978USQU3DWE3 respectively.
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If you haven’t already received the OTA update notification, expect to get it in the next day or so. The rollout happens rapidly so it shouldn’t be long before you’re able to get the update. You can manually check the update via your device’s Settings, Download and install option under Software Updates.