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No more monthly updates for Samsung Galaxy S20, Note 20 phones

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 S20 monthly update

Samsung just recently published its revised list and details of April 2024 on the scope page. The main highlight of April 2024 is that the company has updated its software update policy for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series, removing them from monthly update plans.

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series will follow this new quarterly update schedule instead of monthly. This means these devices will receive security updates every three months instead of every month.

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Galaxy S20 series models

  • Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20+ 5G, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S20 FE 5G

Galaxy Note 20 series models

  • Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Note 20 5G, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G

The last monthly security update for Galaxy Note 20 and S20 phones was released in March 2024. The next update is expected in June 2024 and the April security patch will be skipped.

Launched in 2020, the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series came with Android 10 and has since completed its three-year promise of Android updates. These devices are not eligible for Android 14-based One UI 6.0 or One UI 6.1 update.

If you are using devices from the Galaxy Note 20 or S20 series and are thinking about upgrading, then you can check the new Samsung Galaxy devices. Although these devices will still work properly, you won’t be able to enjoy the new features.

Samsung revises Galaxy Updates schedule – What changed in April 2024?

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One UI 6.1

One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy S21 series, Z Flip 3, and Fold 3 to release next week

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Samsung Galaxy S21 One UI 6.1 update release date

Samsung is reportedly preparing to release One UI 6.1 update to the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Z Fold 3. The update began rolling out to nine Galaxy devices in late March and will soon be available to other older devices.

A Canadian network carrier, Fido has recently updated its update schedule for some Galaxy devices. A new software update will be available for the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphones on May 3 in Canada. This update will include the April 2024 security patch and is expected to release much-awaited One UI 6.1 features.

Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphones will also get a new software update on May 03 in Canada. While Samsung announced the release of the One UI 6.1 update for the above models in early May the company has not yet confirmed whether the Galaxy S21 series, Z Flip 3, and Fold 3 will be included in this update.

Users of these devices may need to wait for further announcements to know if they will receive the new features and enhancements that One UI 6.1 offers on May 3, 2024.

One UI 6.1 update to introduce some advanced AI features to these devices including Circle to Search and Live translation. Owners of the Galaxy S21 series, Z Flip 3, and Fold 3 should look forward to these enhancements, which will bring their devices up to date with the latest Samsung technology.

Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, and Flip 4 to receive Galaxy AI, One UI 6.1 update on May 3

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Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, and Flip 4 to receive Galaxy AI, One UI 6.1 update on May 3

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Fold Flip 4 One UI 6.1 update

After rolling out the One UI 6.1 update for nine Galaxy devices, Samsung is now ready to rollout this major update for the next set of Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Tab S8 Series, and Galaxy S22 series. A piece of new information has revealed the release date of the One UI 6.1 update for these Galaxy smartphones.

According to the Canadian network carrier, Fido, a new update is scheduled to be available for the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 4 on May 3rd in Canada. This update will include the April 2024 security patch and is expected to introduce the One UI 6.1 features.

Although Samsung has not confirmed the specific date for the One UI 6.1 release for these devices but announced that it will happen in early May. The update is highly anticipated, as it promises to enhance device security and functionality.

One UI 6.1 update will offer a range of AI-powered features to these devices, such as Circle to Search, Chat Assist, Interpreter, Live Translate, Note Assist, Transcript Assist, Browsing Assist, Generative Edit, Edit Suggestion, and AI-Generated Wallpaper. These features will improve the overall user experience by making the devices more intuitive and easier to use.

As the release date approaches, Samsung device users are eager to experience the new capabilities offered by One UI 6.1. The Korean tech giant promises to make Galaxy devices smarter, more secure, and feature-rich with One UI 6.1.

It’s Official: Samsung announces Galaxy AI with One UI 6.1 for Galaxy S22, Z Flip/Fold4 and Tab S8 series

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Samsung Keys Cafe update optimizes themes for One UI 6.1, fixes bugs

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Samsung Keys Cafe One UI 6.1 update

Samsung has updated its Keys Cafe Good Lock module app to version 1.6.1.10, which enhances its compatibility with the latest One UI 6.1. This update refines the user interface and provides a seamless experience across its devices.

The main highlight of this update is the theme optimization for One UI 6.1, which ensures that the visual elements of the Samsung Keys Cafe app blend smoothly with the overall theme of the user interface.

In addition, the update brings a series of bug fixes to improve the app’s stability and performance. Among the improvements, users will notice the solution of app interruptions, which previously restricted the app’s operation. It also corrects errors that occurred while selecting images for personal stickers and fixes issues on the key effect screen.

The typing practice start screen error, the progress bar error which reflects the key size in keyboard editing, and the empty key label issue have been addressed with this update.

Furthermore, the update also fixes input problems with the Chinese keyboard in the custom keyboard save menu and resolves issues that occurred when the device was rotated in the keyboard creation dialog.

If your device is eligible, you can download and install the latest update through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates.

Samsung Keys Cafe One UI 6.1 update

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