Samsung officially rolls out February 2022 Security Update for carrier-locked Galaxy S20 Series in the USA

A few weeks back, Samsung started releasing the February 2022 Security Update for Samsung handsets and it started with the Galaxy S20 Series users in the international market. Now, the South Korean OEM has started to roll out the update for carrier-locked Galaxy S20 smartphones in the USA, including Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Samsung Galaxy S20+.

The new security update for carrier-locked Galaxy S20 Series handsets in the USA can be identified with the firmware number G98xUSQS2EVB3. The update will include the February 2022 Security Patch while also coming with fixes for around 60 security vulnerabilities. The update has started rolling out for Spring and T-Mobile networks in the USA, with more devices getting the update soon. The update will also come with general bug fixes and many device stability improvements.

Changelog for the Galaxy S20 Series February 2022 Security Update

Samsung recently launched the February 2022 Security Patch Update for carrier-locked Samsung Galaxy S20 Series users in the USA and it comes with the build number G98xUSQS2EVB3. The update will not just fix a ton of security-related issues, it’ll also improve the overall user experience. Although Samsung has not revealed which vulnerabilities have been fixed in the new security patch, more details are expected to come out in the coming days. Further, there are many bug fixes and upgrades that improve the overall user experience.

Download and install the February 2022 Security Update for Galaxy S20 Series

Samsung officially rolls out February 2022 Security Update for carrier-locked Galaxy S20 Series in the USA

In case you are a carrier-locked Samsung Galaxy S20 Series user in the USA region, you should be on the lookout for the February 2022 Security update as you’ll be receiving it anytime in the coming days. You can also manually check for the update by following these simple instructions –

  • 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

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