The Samsung Galaxy S22 series in the US has started getting the latest November 2022 security patch update. The update is being rolled out via an OTA. Previously older devices like Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, Galaxy Fold and Z Fold 2 have also received this update.
This update is available for the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra, and it has the following build numbers: S901USQU2BVK1, S906USQU2BVK1, and S908USQU2BVK1.
Changelog for the November 2022 Security Update
Samsung has already detailed the specific vulnerabilities that were addressed in the November 2022 Security Update. South Korean company discloses sensitive data. The new security update will also be released to the company’s flagships before the end of the month, perhaps within the first two weeks of the next month.
The South Korean OEM has revealed in its official One UI 5.0 update release schedule that the stable Android 13 update for smartphones will begin rolling out on the dates that were previously announced last week. The update will hit the great majority of phones by the second part of next year.
Steps to install the November 2022 Security Update
Users in the United States with a Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, or S22 Ultra should check their devices in the coming days for the November 2022 Security update. Here are the steps to manually check for the update:
- Go to the menu labelled “Settings.”
- Try selecting the Update Software menu item.
- A new version is available, so select it and click “Download & Install.”
- Once you’ve restarted your device and the update has taken effect, you can start using it.
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