Samsung is releasing the first Android 13-based new update for Galaxy Tab S7 users, which installs the latest Android patch released in December 2022 to improve system security and stability. Back in November, Galaxy Tab S7 received One UI 5.0 (Android 13) update with a bunch of new features and improvements.
December 2022 update is currently rolling out for the international Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (Wi-Fi and 4G) version with the firmware T87XXXU2DVL3 in Switzerland and Austria, while the T875NKOU2FVL3 version is available for South Korean variants.
The latest security patch brings fixes for 5 critical, 60 high, and 2 moderate levels of CVEs from Google’s Android OS and 13 SVEs from Samsung’s One UI software. It also protects your device from unwanted and annoying bugs and viruses.
Users can manually install this software update on their Galaxy Tab S7 from their device Settings >> System Update >> Download and Install. Now, follow the on-screen instruction to install the update.
The update is currently rolling out to a limited number of users as it is an initial rollout and after ensuring the stability and security of this update, the company will expand it to more Galaxy Tab S7 users in different regions.
4 Samsung Galaxy smartphones getting September 2023 security update
Samsung already rolled out a September 2023 security update for a bunch of Galaxy devices and the company is now making it available for 4 more Galaxy smartphones – Galaxy A32, Galaxy A21s, Galaxy A02, and Galaxy M02. The latest update improves system security and stability by installing the latest Android security patch.
September 2023 security patch mends over 60 flaws, which are mainly related to Samsung Keyboard, Dual Messenger, Knox AI, Phone and Messaging Storage, One UI Home, Weather, and more.
- Galaxy A32 5G – A326U1UESBDWI1
- Galaxy A21s – A217FXXSADWI1
- Galaxy A02 – A022GDXS3BWH1
- Galaxy M02 – M022FXXS3BWH1
How to 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.
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 smartphone.
September 2023 update for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 live in India
After Europe and the US, Samsung has started expanding the September 2023 security update for Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones in India. The latest update improves system security and stability to provide a better Galaxy experience.
September 2023 security update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in India can be identified through One UI build version N98xBXXS8HWI3. Through this update, the company aims to provide seamless and bug-free device performance as it fixes over 60 security flaws.
The Korean tech giant will soon make this fresh update available for all Note 20 users. If you have received this update, then you can install it through Settings >> Tap on Software Update >> Click on the Download and Install option.
Samsung sending weighty One UI update to 3 Galaxy devices
Samsung is rolling out a huge size update for three of its Galaxy smartphones – Galaxy F62, Galaxy F22, and Galaxy A22. The update brings several improvements to the device’s security, stability, and performance. The update might also add some new and enhanced features to the devices as installtion package sizes are more than 1GB.
The major update is based on the August 2023 Android security patch level and protects the devices from potential threats and vulnerabilities. It improves the behavior of these devices and fixes some bugs that may have affected the user experience.
Users of Samsung Galaxy F62, Galaxy F22, and Galaxy A22 are getting this update in India and the company will expand it soon.
- Firmware: E625FDDU4CWI1
- Package size: 1261.60 MB
- Firmware: E225FXXU8DWH4
- Package size: 1157.26 MB
- Firmware: A225FXXU7DWI1
- Package size: 1125.17 MB
The update is available as an OTA and users can check for it by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install. The update size may vary depending on the device model and region. However, we recommend users back up their data before installing the update and use a stable Wi-Fi connection to avoid any interruptions.