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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G’s March 2023 update now available in Europe

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Samsung recently started releasing the March 2023 security update for the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone, starting with India. Now the company is expanding the March 2023 update to Samsung Galaxy S21 FE users in Europe.

The latest update improves system security by fixing a bunch of security-related issues. However, it does not include any new features other than security maintenance.

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Furthermore, Samsung’s March 2023 security patch brings Google patches that are mentioned in the Android security bulletin. There are a number of common vulnerability exposures mentioned in the document, including:

  1. Critical – 5
  2. High – 35
  3. Moderate – 0
  4. Already fixed – 4
  5. Not applicable – 5

Not that all, but the firmware also comes with 23 SVE (Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures). With both CVE and SVE items, the company ensures the best possible security on Galaxy devices.

Users of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE can identify the March 2023 security update in Europe through PDA versions G990B2XXS2EWC4 and an installation package size of 298.70 MB.

The update is currently available for Indian and European variants of Galaxy S21 FE and the company will soon expand it to more countries.

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If you are using a Galaxy S21 FE smartphone in Europe then you can check the latest update via Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 users in Korea get February 2024 update

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Earlier this week, Samsung postponed the February 2024 security update for Galaxy S22 users in Korea due to some additional changes. But without much delay, the company has started rolling out this update for Korean Galaxy S22 users.

Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra users are getting February 2024 security update in Korea with One UI build versions S901NKSS3DXAHS906NKSS3DXAH, and S908NKSS3DXAH respectively.

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Users will have to download a 451.29MB software package to install the update on their Galaxy S22. You can download the update through Settings >> Software update >> Download and install.

The latest security patch improves system security and stability to enhance the overall performance. However, the changelog of the update does not include any new features or changes but the update surely provides a better usability experience.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Exynos variant grips February 2024 update in India 

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After the turn of Snapdragon variant, Samsung is now dispatching the enhancement and fixes of the February 2024 security update for the Exynos versions of Galaxy S21 FE smartphones. To be mentioned, the patch is currently live in India and will expand to more region users soon.

Launched back in 2022, the Galaxy S21 FE offers the ultimate performance for its users, as it comes with a powerful processor, massive battery, ample RAM, and more. However, now the availability of this latest month’s security patch will be like icing on the cake for the users of this Fan Edition.

As the update will work on the core functioning of your handy gadget and improve its security and stability for a secure and protected experience. It will also fix common bugs and glitches that may have been discovered in the system, reducing the risk of system crashes and data loss.

While the security maintenance release of February 2024, mentions fixes for over 80 vulnerability exposures from Google and Samsung software. Thus, we recommend upgrading your device to the latest version as soon as the patch reaches you.

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Also, the consumers of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Exynos variant will be able to determine the February 2024 update through One UI build version G990EXXU7FWK5 and need to install a package of around 240MB. However, users can even check for the patch manually through Settings > Software Update > Download & Install.

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Samsung may develop own mechanism if Android forces A/B Seamless Updates

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Samsung is known to provide its users with a seamless and uninterrupted experience but the Korean tech giant is refusing to adopt Google’s A/B Seamless Updates mechanism. However, now it seems that Samsung could develop its own mechanism if Android continues to force it.

As per the latest input, Android is shifting towards a future where A/B Seamless Updates will be the only supported update mechanism revealed through a comment of AOSP. However, this will make it difficult for Samsung to keep denying seamless updates for its Galaxy devices.

This might bring hope to users, who want seamless update support for their Galaxy devices, but Samsung has some different plans that you can’t think about. It means rather than adopting an Android seamless update, Samsung may develop its own mechanism that will offer its users an ultimate experience.

Mishaal Rahman states,

  • Samsung could still technically avoid using Seamless Updates. The company could develop its own update mechanism for use with its devices, or simply revert Google’s change in affected Android versions.

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Seamless Updates 

Seamless Update is a feature that allows you to continue to use your phone even during the firmware update installation. The software creates a secondary virtual partition in which the new update installs, completely ending the downtime.

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