T865XXS5CUL1: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 officially snaps up the December 2021 Security Update

Samsung developers have been busy rolling out December 2021 security updates for their flagships and mid-range smartphones, but it looks like the tablets are receiving notifications for this update too. Recently, Samsung started pushing the December 2021 Security Update to the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3, but not it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will be getting the update as well. This comes as a surprise as other high-end tablets from the South Korean electronics manufacturers haven’t released the new security patch yet.

December 2021 Security Update comes with many bugs and fixes

The new Security Update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will come with the firmware version T865XXS5CUL1. This update has already started being rolled out in Germany, however, as it is being rolled out as an OTA update, it has only been sent out to specific handsets in specific markets. Galaxy Tab S6 users in other regions will gradually receive the update over the coming days. The December 2021 Security Update will feature several privacy fixes and will fix security-related vulnerabilities, as well as December 2021 Security Patch.

Before installing the new update, you should ensure that your device is connected to a proper internet connection. Moreover, it is recommended that you should download and install the update over a decent Wi-Fi connection so that you don’t face any errors.

Download and install the December 2021 update on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 devices

T865XXS5CUL1: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 officially snaps up the December 2021 Security Update

In case you are a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 user in Germany, you can look for the new December 2021 Security Patch update by –

  • Simply navigate to the Settings
  • Look for the Software Update option
  • Tap on Download and Install the update
  • Reboot your device and once your device restarts, you can enjoy the new update

You can even download the latest firmware file for your Galaxy Tab S6 from a firmware database and then flash it manually.

Aviral Sharma
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