Samsung finally debuted its September 2022 security update for the Galaxy devices on the 6th of this month. The new patch’s rollout has begun in Germany, and the Galaxy S21 series became the initial receiver. The update will expand to more models, and here you can get all the latest insights.
Various Samsung devices are eligible to get the latest September 2022 security patch through OTA update. Notably, all the recent flagship phones from Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Z and select Galaxy A series phones will surely get the September 2022 update this month.
Samsung’s September 2022 security update for Galaxy devices comes with 21 high levels, and 3 moderate levels of CVEs. At the same time, there is no critical level of CVE mentioned on the list by the company, while, 2 CVEs are already fixed with previous updates and 4 aren’t applicable.
Samsung September 2022 Security Update Tracker
Oct. 01 – Galaxy S10, A52s
Verizon releases Samsung Galaxy S10 September 2022 security update with performance enhancement
Samsung Galaxy A52s grabbing September 2022 security update in India, Korea
Sep. 30 – Galaxy Z Flip 4, Fold 4
Samsung serves September 2022 security update to Galaxy Z Flip 4 in the US
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 September 2022 security update released in India
Sep. 29 – Galaxy A53, Note 20, A71
Samsung upgrades various One UI apps with Galaxy A53 September 2022 patch in India
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 received September 2022 security update by Verizon
Samsung delivers September 2022 security improvement update to Galaxy A71
Sep. 28 – Galaxy S22, A32, S10 Lite
Samsung Galaxy S22 September 2022 Security Patch Now Available in India
Samsung releases September 2022 performance improvement update for Galaxy A32
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite September 2022 security update reaches India
Sep. 27 – Galaxy Z Fold 4
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone users have started installing the September 2022 Android security patch update.
Sep. 27 – Galaxy S10 Lite
Samsung has now pushed the September 2022 security update for the Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone users in Brazil.
Sep. 27 – Galaxy Z Fold 3
Samsung is expanding the Galaxy Z Fold 3 September 2022 Android security patch update in the US for unlocked variants.
Sep. 25 – Galaxy A72
Samsung Galaxy A72 smartphone users have started installing the September 2022 Android security patch alongside the latest software update.
Sep. 23 – Galaxy A13
Samsung begins pushing the September 2022 security patch to the Galaxy A13 smartphone users in Brazil with version number – A135MUBS2AVI1.
Sep. 21 – Galaxy Z Flip
The first generation Galaxy Z Flip is getting the latest Android security patch released in September 2022 with a new firmware update in the United States. You can identify the new build via version number – F700U1TBU5GVHA.
Sep. 21 – Galaxy M12
Samsung now pushed the September 2022 security update for the budget Galaxy M12 smartphone in Latin America with version number M127FXXS3BVI1.
Sep. 20 – Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10 series getting the September 2022 security patch. The firmware versions of the latest update are G970FXXSGVI1, G973FXXSGVI1 and G975FXXSGVI1 for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, respectively.
Sep. 16 – Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite started getting the September 2022 Android security update in France, which can be identified via PDA version number – P615XXU4EVI1.
Sep. 15 – Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite smartphone users have started getting the latest September 2022 security patch with a new software update in France.
Sep. 15 – Galaxy S20 Series
After several devices including Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, Galaxy A33, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung is releasing the latest September 2022 security patch for Galaxy S20 series devices via a new update.
Sep. 14 – Galaxy Z Flip, Flip 5G, A33 and A52
The first generation clamshell foldable smartphone, Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G getting the latest Android security patches released in September 2022.
Samsung is now rolling out the September 2022 security update for mid-range smartphones as well. Recently, the Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A52 received the September 2022 patch that can be identified via PDA build versions: A336EDXU4AVH9 and A525FXXS4BVI2, respectively.
Sep. 14 – Galaxy Z Flip 3, Fold 3
Verizon branded Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 devices started getting the September 2022 security update in the US.
- Galaxy Z Fold 3: SP2A.220305.013.F926USQS2DVHE
- Galaxy Z Flip 3: SP2A.220305.013.F711USQS3DVHD
- The current software update provides the most up-to-date Android security patches on your device.
Sep. 13 – Galaxy S22 – Expanding
Samsung has again started the September 2022 Android security patch rollout for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra phones in various regions and markets that are as follows:
- AVHL – Unlocked: AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Comcast, and Xfinity Mobile.
- AVHD: Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Kenya, Lebanon, Morocco, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Tunisia, Turkey, and the UAE.
Sep. 13 – Galaxy S10 Lite
Samsung’s September 2022 security update is now making its way to yet another Galaxy device – the Galaxy S10 Lite with version number G770FXXU6GVH6.
Sep. 13 – Galaxy S21 FE
The Brazillian consumers of the Galaxy S21 FE are now eligible to upgrade their device to the latest Android September 2022 security patch, which bears build version – G990EXXU3CVH7
Sep. 13 – Galaxy A53
- A536USQU3AVH1 (carrier-locked)
- A536U1UES4AVH4 (carrier unlocked)
Sep. 11 – Galaxy S22 – Pulled
Samsung reportedly pulled the September 2022 security patch update for the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus devices in Europe.
Sep. 8 – Galaxy S22
Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone users who have not participated in Android 13/One UI 5.0 Beta program started getting September 2022 security update in Germany.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) September 8, 2022
Sep. 7 – Galaxy A52s
Sep. 7 – Galaxy S20 FE, Note 20
The Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users have also started getting the September 2022 security update.
Sep. 6 – Galaxy S21
Samsung released the latest September 2022 security patch for the Galaxy S21 series devices in Germany.
Samsung bringing Stable Android 13 update to Galaxy A52 in Australia [U]
[Dec. 04] Update – Australia…
Samsung expands the Stable Android 13 update for Galaxy A52 smartphone users in Australia. The new software package brings One UI 5 features and user interface tweaks along with a newer Android security patch.
[Nov. 22] Initial story – India…
Finishing the beta program, Samsung has begun rolling out the Stable Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A52 LTE smartphones in India. This update is currently live for the beta participants, however, the company should soon release it publically.
Identified via build version A525FXXU4CVJB, the Samsung Galaxy A52 One UI 5.0 stable update has arrived with the November 2022 Android security patch in India. Alongside this, it addresses the issues and errors that customers were facing in the beta phase and further improves new features and functions for enhanced performance.
As far as the features are concerned, the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 brings a slew of goodies to the Galaxy A52 smartphones. The company has given its One UI skin a minor visual refresh with new app icons, reorganized menus, and smoother animations.
Moreover, it installs 16 color palettes and basic color options to let customers choose the perfect theme for their phone, a new and improved picture/video editing tools in Gallery so that you don’t have to go to third-party apps to give a finishing touch to your content, and more advanced features to Camera that will guide you to capture perfect shots.
The update further adds new accessibility options to Quick Settings many, Stack Widgets features, Per-app language that lets you choose different languages for different apps, Notification permission to provide users will more control over their notifications, and many more.
The Settings page is also getting significant changes with the addition of new Connected devices, Modes and Routines, and Security and Privacy menus that will let you manage all related functions in one place.
- For more information: One UI 5.0 Changelog for Samsung Galaxy A Series
How to download:
You don’t need to perform any extra steps to upgrade to the stable version from the beta. Just enter the Settings of your phone and navigate to Software update >> Download and install. After you wait for a while, an update will appear on your screen saying that the beta program is ended. Finally, hit the Download button, complete the installation function and enjoy.
— Samsung One UI Software Updates (@SamSWUpdate) November 22, 2022
Carrier-locked Samsung Galaxy S21 grabs November 2022 security update in the US
Carrier-locked models of Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra have started grabbing the November 2022 Android security patch update in the US. The latest update comes with improvements in system performance and various bug fixes.
As per the official support page, the Korean company has addressed 3 Critical Google vulnerabilities which were highly affecting the Galaxy phone’s security and privacy with the November 2022 patch.
Additionally, it fixes 32 high, and 1 moderate level of CVEs as well as 26 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items. Aside from these, the update optimizes the system security to keep safe your files and data on the device.
Whereas, the enhanced stability ensures that you won’t face any irritating issues like app crashing, system lagging, screen flickering, and more.
It’s worth mentioning that this update is currently live for Xfinity Mobile’s network customers. However, other carrier-locked models will also grab it very soon. Samsung is rolling out the November 2022 security update for Galaxy S21 series phones with the following build version in the US:
- Galaxy S21: G991USQS5DVK7
- Galaxy S21+: G996USQS5DVK7
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: G998USQS5DVK7
If you are using Xfinity Mobile’s Galaxy S21 in the US, you can now navigate to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install to get access to the fresh software update on your phone.
One UI 5.0:
Carrier-unlocked models of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series have already got access to the stable Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in the US. This update brings plenty of new features, improvements, and customization options alongside various user interface changes.
It’s expected that the carrier-locked models of the devices will also get it very soon. Till then, you can check the official One UI 5.0 update changelog here.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update rolling out for carrier-locked models in the US
Carrier-locked units of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series have started installing the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in the US. The latest update is rolling out for Xfinity Mobile’s customers at the present time, however, will reach other users very soon.
Moreover, Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Tab S8 Android 13 update with One UI built version ending with BVK4 in the US. It brings a handful of new features and improvements to the users as well as the November 2022 patch for security enhancements.
The major update brings some notable tweaks to the user interface, such as bolder app icons, revamped Notification Panel and Quick Settings Panel, smoother animations, and more. It comes with 16 Color Palettes and Basic color options that will now more perfectly apply to your phone.
The new iteration of Samsung’s software also installs more customization tools to bring your phone closer to you. Now you can change your wallpaper and lock screen directly from the lock screen and can add more tweaks to it.
The update further adds various new Camera functions including Picture watermark, Historogram, Help guide, improved Single Take, and many more. Whereas, the Gallery app is getting new editing tools, the Notes app receiving more powerful searches, and more.
In addition to these, Samsung makes it easy to keep your device protected and your sensitive information private with the new “Security and Privacy” dashboard in the settings. “Connected devices” and “Modes and Routines” are also new to Settings, which offers you better functions and faster access to them.
How to download:
Xfinity Mobile customers of Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 can now get access to the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in the US. To do so, visit the Settings >> Software update >> Download and install option. Download the update and finally complete the installation procedure.