Samsung has started to roll out the new Android 13-based One UI 5.0 updates for Galaxy smartphones and tablets all over the world. Meanwhile, some old Samsung phones have now started installing a year-old Android 12 update in the US.
The Korean company is releasing the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for the carrier-locked Galaxy A01 and Galaxy A02s smartphone users in the US. The latest update installs some great features for the devices as well as unlocks some advanced customization possibilities.
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The most notable feature that Samsung’s Android 12 update brings is a Material You-based Color Palette that lets you completely revamp the look of your device with the theme based on your phone’s wallpaper.
It further brings Grammarly-powered Samsung Keyboard to ensure that you won’t make any typing mistakes, a new Live Sharing feature that lets you share your screen through video calls and enhanced quick share to lets you edit and share images with more ease.
The update also enriches the photo editor which not only removes the distractions in the background but also shadows that are thrown on the subject or reflections on windows. At the same time, there are many new camera features and new functions for various Samsung One UI apps and services.
Last but not least, there old Samsung phones are getting the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update with November 2022 Android security patch that fixes around 60 privacy and security-related issues and vulnerabilities.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE February 2024 update reaches Europe
The update primarily focuses on enhancing the system security of the device by including the latest Android security measures. Additionally, the update addresses various bugs and stability optimizations, which brings a better overall user experience.
February 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in Europe can be identified through One UI build version G990BXXS6FXA7. The company is regularly working to make this update available to all models.
Users can install the update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install. If you have received the update notification, then update it now to enjoy enhanced functions.
Samsung postpones Galaxy S22 update in Korea for additional tweaks
Samsung Galaxy S22 users in Korea will have to wait a little longer for the February update, as the company has announced a delay in the rollout. The update has been postponed due to some additional changes that need to be applied.
According to the community moderator, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is under final testing and will take several more days to complete. On the other side, the Galaxy S21 series has just received the February 2024 update in Korea.
February 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy S22 series to be released this week. The moderator also promised to provide further updates if there is any change in the situation.
It is worth mentioning that the latest security patch for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is already live in Canada, Europe, and the US. The company will soon make it available for all devices. Now it remains to be seen what new Samsung brings to Korea with the February 2024 update.
Samsung expands Galaxy S21 February 2024 update to Korea
Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphones are getting a February 2024 security update in Korea, following the release in the US and Europe. The update improves system security and stability to provide a better Galaxy experience.
Users of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series can identify the February 2024 security update in Korea through One UI build version G99xNKSS4FXAD and an installation package size of around 280MB.
The latest patch fixes over 80 issues to make the smartphone more secure, stable, and reliable. It mainly resolves problems with Smart Suggestions, Auto Hotspot, and Bootloader.
You can check the update by navigating to the device’s Settings, then a Software update, and Download and install. If you have received the update, install it now to get enhanced features.