Galaxy S10 Lite was the first member from the S10 series to pick up the February security patch, which has now started rolling out to the rest of the members. The South Korean giant has also released the February 2022 security update for Galaxy A52 in various regions.
The latest software update for Galaxy S10 comes with the firmware version G97xxXXSEGVA9. It is rolling out in multiple European countries and should expand to more regions over the next few days. The latest security patch fixes dozens of vulnerabilities and also fixes the PendingIntent hijacking vulnerabilities in SettingsReceiver, DeX Home, and DeX for PC.
Samsung’s 2021 midranger, Galaxy A52, has also started picking up the February 2022 security patch with the latest OTA update. It can be identified with the software version A525FXXU4BVB3. The update is reportedly rolling out in various regions, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, the UAE, and Tunisia.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy A52 users in the above-specified regions have already started picking up the February update. Those who are still waiting for the update should manually look for new updates by heading to the Software Updates section under the Settings app.
Samsung released the Galaxy S10 series in 2019 with Android 10 OS, and the Galaxy A52 came next year with Android 11. Thanks to Samsung’s speedy software rollout, the users have started to get a taste of Android 12.