Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 gets April 2024 Security Update in EU Countries

One of the popular smartphone OEMs, Samsung has recently started rolling out the much-awaited One UI 6.1 skin update to all flagship Galaxy devices which were released in 2023. Now, we’re witnessing that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 gets April 2024 Security Update in European countries.

The same update has been pushed to both models quite earlier in other countries. However, more and more EU countries are receiving the same currently. This new security patch update brings overall device stability and security vulnerability fixes to provide a better user experience.

The One UI 6.1 brings Galaxy AI and the latest April 2024 security patch update adds critical security fixes by Google and Samsung including critical, high-level CVEs, and SVEs to address potential threat exposures. Now, if you’re one of the Galaxy Z Fold5 or Z Flip5 EU variants then you can check for the software update notification.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 gets April 2024 Security Update in EU Countries

Just head over to the device’s Settings app > Software Update > Download and Install. Wait for the update to get installed and reboot the handset to apply changes. Talking about the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 update, it receives the new firmware build number F946BXXS1CXCH. While the Galaxy Z Flip5 update gets the new firmware build number F731BXXS1CXCK.

Samsung Galaxy Update Check
Samsung Galaxy Update Check

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In case, you’re still unable to get the OTA update notification, you can keep waiting for the next couple of days. Whereas other regions may get the same update pretty soon. However, we’re not sure about the exact timeline yet.

If the OTA update hasn’t arrived even after a few days, you can follow the Samsung stock firmware installation guide to manually flash the latest firmware version depending on the model and variant.

Do keep in mind that manually flashing firmware incorrectly may cause potential issues with the device bricking. If you’re having any issues, you can comment below.

Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Subodh is from Kolkatta. He has been covering Windows, Apple and Android news and guides on RMG network

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