Samsung starts pushing November 2023 Security Update for Galaxy S20

Samsung is quite good when it comes to timely monthly updates. In the recent weeks, Samsung developers have been working on releasing One UI 6 update and November 2023 Security Update. Now, another name has been added to the list as Samsung has started pushing November 2023 Security Update for Galaxy S20.

Initially, the November 2023 Security Update for Galaxy S20 was limited to Europe and factory-unlocked models in the United States on some networks. Now, the update has arrived for more regions, including the United States.

In this guide, you will get to know more about Samsung starting to push November 2023 Security Update for Galaxy S20.

Samsung rolls out November 2023 Security Update for Galaxy S20

Security update for Galaxy S20

The 4G LTE versions of the Galaxy S20 Series have been receiving the new security Update in the United States and New Zealand. The update comes with the firmware version G98xFXXSIHWJF. In the United States, the carrier-locked models of Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra have been getting the new software update with G98xUSQS7HWJ1 firmware version. The update is available on T-Mobile and Metro PCS networks in the country.

The factory-unlocked Galaxy S20 Series units have been getting the November 2023 Security Update with the firmware version G98xU1UES7HWJ4. The update is available for all carriers in the United States.

How to update your Galaxy S20?

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20 series phone in the countries mentioned above, you can easily check for the latest update. You can easily do so by navigating to Settings -> Software Update and then tapping on “Download and Install”. You’ll be able to download the new firmware file from a third-party website and then flash it if you’ve got a Windows PC and the Odin software tool.

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