Samsung Galaxy F04 Receives Android 14 Update

The Samsung Galaxy F04 has officially become part of the Android 14 fraternity! Samsung’s expertise in software updates is evident, with the company having already deployed its latest custom interface – One UI 6.0, rooted in Android 14, to virtually every eligible handset. The wait is over for the Galaxy F04, among a few others previously on the queue for this update. Today marks the beginning of the Android 14 rollout for this entry-level addition to the F-series.

Earlier in the day, the South Korean electronics giant initiated the software enhancement for the Galaxy M04, and now it’s the turn for its F-series counterpart. Samsung is dispatching this fresh update, identified by the firmware version E045FXXU6DXA2. At present, the update is being progressively dispatched, with a widespread distribution expected imminently.

Prior to delving into the array of changes and enhancements, it’s noteworthy that the Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update represents the second significant firmware overhaul for the budget-friendly Galaxy F04, which initially came with Android 12 and subsequently embraced the Android 13 update last year.

Samsung Galaxy F04 Receives Android 14 Update

Given the substantial nature of this update, ample storage and data capacity is crucial, so ensure your device is well-equipped for the upgrade.

The update enriches the Galaxy F04 with an array of unique features, including a revamped Quick Settings interface, enhanced customization options for the lock screen, the introduction of the One UI Sans typeface, fresh emojis, a new media playback interface, distinct battery management settings, and much more. Additionally, anticipate the inclusion of the latest security enhancements.

For Galaxy F04 owners, the update may already be knocking at your door via an over-the-air notification. You’re encouraged to manually verify the availability of new updates by steering through Settings > About device > Software update > Download and install.

Upon the update’s arrival, prioritize backing up your data and charging your device to at least a 50% threshold prior to going ahead on the installation process.

Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma, who graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela, is an experienced blogger and an enthusiast of Android technology. She has spent eight years writing about Android OS, earning a reputation as a reliable source in the technology field. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

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