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Samsung February 2023 update rolling out to these Galaxy devices



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Samsung has recently done with the launch of Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup. Without spending much time on it, the company arrived back on its track to release new software updates for older devices. Now, a growing number of Samsung Galaxy devices are receiving the February 2023 Android security update.

For Galaxy devices, Samsung’s February 2023 security patch brings 5 “Critical” severity vulnerability fixes, 43 “High,” and no “Moderate” resolutions. Like always, your Galaxy device may not get any major improvement or new features with this security focussed OTA.

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Galaxy S21 FE February 2023 update

On February 7, the South Korean tech giant published the security patch details and software update roadmap. The roadmap ensures regular monthly security patches for select high-end Samsung devices alongside quarterly and biannual releases for low-end ones. Check list here

Galaxy Z Series

  • Z Fold 3 & Z Flip 3 [Feb. 8 – US Unlocked]
  • Z Fold 4 & Z Flip 4 [One UI 5.1 too]
  • Fold LTE [F900FXXS6HWA2]

Galaxy S Series

  • S21 FE [Feb. 7 – Brazil]
  • S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra [Feb. 9 – Globally]
  • S20 FE 5G
  • S22, S22+ & S22 Ultra [w/ One UI 5.1]
  • S23, S23+ & S23 Ultra
  • S21, S21+ & S21 Ultra [w/ One UI 5.1]
  • S10e, S10 & S10 Plus
  • S10 Lite

Galaxy Note Series

  • Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra [Feb. 5 – Switzerland]
  • Note 10 & Note 10 Plus
  • Note 10 Lite
  • Note 9 [Mar.3 – UK]

Galaxy A Series

  • A53
  • A73
  • A72
  • A52s 5G
  • A52 5G [Feb. 8 – Brazil]
  • A52 4G [Feb. 16 – India]

Galaxy M Series

  • M62
  • M42

Galaxy F Series

  • F62
  • F23 5G

Galaxy Tab Series

  • Tab S8, S8 Plus and S8 Ultra
  • Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus
  • Tab S7 FE

Galaxy XCover Series

  • To be added.

How to check for the latest OTA on your Galaxy device

You can manually install the latest software update on your Galaxy smartphone. Just head towards the system Settings, scroll down and select the Software update tab. Once entered, you need to hit the Download and install button to begin firmware searching.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.


First Samsung Galaxy A54 update brings camera improvements



Samsung Galaxy A54 First update

Samsung launched a new Galaxy A series smartphone, Galaxy A54 in early March 2023. Now, the company has begun releasing the first update for the Samsung Galaxy A54 smartphone with camera improvements.

The latest update of Galaxy A54 enhances the behavior of the camera app to provide a better experience. Also, it installs February 2023 security patch to improve the system security of the device.

Samsung Galaxy A54 first update

Aside from this, the update also upgrades a bundle of One UI apps including Samsung Notes Add-ons, AR Zone, Galaxy Shop, Members, Wallet, Samsung TV Plus, Voice Recorder, SmartThings, and more to the latest version.

According to the information (via GalaxyClub), February 2023 update is currently rolling out for Galaxy A54 models in Europe. The update is rolling out gradually so it may take some hours/days to reach all A54 models.

Samsung Galaxy A54 First update

Samsung Galaxy A54 smartphone gets its first firmware update with PDA version A546BXXU1AWC4 and weighs 227.73 megabytes package. If you have got the notification of the update then install it now. Also, you can manually check the update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.

About Samsung Galaxy A54

Samsung Galaxy A54 5G comes with an impressive design, multiple advanced features, better day-night cameras, powerful security, new picture editing tools, and more. It packs with a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Display with a 120Hz refresh rate and Vision booster feature.

The Galaxy A54 5G features a 50MP main camera along with a 32MP front camera, an octa-core Exynos 1380 processor, the latest Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software, and more. The main thing to highlight is that the smartphone is eligible for four major OS upgrades.

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March 2023 security update makes its way to Samsung Galaxy M42 5G



Samsung Galaxy M42 5G March 2023 update

Samsung is rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy M42 5G devices, which installs the March 2023 security patch. The users of Galaxy M42 5G smartphone can identify the update through build version M426BXXU4DWC1 in India.

The Korean tech giant is gradually rolling out the March 2023 security update for the Galaxy M42 5G smartphones, more models will catch it up soon. The devices have already received the Android 13-based One UI 5.1 update, so if you haven’t installed the update, install it now or else you might miss March 2023 update this time.

Samsung Galaxy M42 5G March 2023 update

March 2023 update for Samsung Galaxy M42 5G installs the latest Android patch released to fix security-related issues to make it more secure. Also, the company upgrades some functions and optimizes stability to provide a bug-free experience.

March 2023 security patch fixes a bunch of common vulnerability exposures related to Calls, Samsung Keyboard, System UI, Galaxy Themes, Bluetooth, and more.

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In addition, several stocks apps including Samsung Notes Add-ons, Galaxy Wearable, Global Goals, Samsung Kids, Notes, Health, Internet, Calculator, Smart Switch, Wallet, Members, SmartThings, and Voice Recorder will be updated to the latest version after the software update.

How to update?

Samsung consumers can check new software updates manually with a handful of simple steps. Firstly, visit your Galaxy device’s “System Settings,” once done, scroll down and tap the “Software update” tab, followed by the “Download and install” button.

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Samsung is baking big camera firmware for the Galaxy S23 series?



Samsung Galaxy S23 March 2023 Update US

Samsung is about to release a new firmware update for the Galaxy S23 series, which might bring major camera improvements. As usual, the company is testing new firmware builds on the Galaxy S23 devices before rollout to the Public via OTA.

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Ahead of the release, a reliable source revealed that Samsung is preparing a big camera firmware for the Galaxy S23 series. Earlier, the same source claimed that the company may release a camera optimization update to its latest flagships in late March.

CheckFirm detected the latest test build for the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone, which bears PDA versions S918NKSU1AWC6 for South Korea and S918BXXU1AWC6 for India. Since the Korean builds appear to be a regular security update, the Indian build may be just the opposite.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera Firmware Testing

Judging from the test build number, the Galaxy S23 series’ next global firmware may not only bring a security patch. As the bootloader alphabet has changed to U for Indian build, the next update is most likely to include under-the-hood changes such as rumored camera improvements.

Samsung Galaxy S23 camera firmware

Apart from the claims of the tipster, there’s no info available regarding Samsung’s next OTA for the Galaxy S23 series. As consumers continue to share their feedback and complain about emerging issues with camera performance and some others, the company will surely apply them in its future moves.

Galaxy S23 Series

Back in February, Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series with Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software pre-installed. The devices bring improved camera capabilities such as better nightography and algorithm changes to deliver an enhanced photography experience.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is the first Samsung phone, which is equipped with a monstrous 200-megapixel main camera. This sensor is capable of capturing photos in three different resolutions including a trimmed down 12-megapixel, a balanced 50-megapixel shot along with the full 200-megapixel resolution.


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