In the United States, Samsung is currently rolling out its June 2022 security update for the carrier-locked Galaxy S20 Series (Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra).
What’s new in Galaxy S20 June update:
The security patch for the month of June 2022 is currently being rolled out by Samsung for the Galaxy S20 series. However, the update was already made available for the international variant a week ago. The company is currently in the process of rolling out the update to the variants of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra that are locked to specific carriers. The update includes the firmware versions G981USQU2FVF1, G986USQU2FVF1, and G988USQU2FVF1 for the three different carrier-locked variants, respectively.
The most recent update addresses over 66 security vulnerabilities that could compromise Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Samsung accounts, and other aspects of the system. Additionally, it includes improvements to the device’s stability as well as general bug fixes.
How to manually check for the update?
In order to download and install the update on your Samsung Galaxy S20 Series device, please refer to the guides that have been provided below.
You can obtain the most recent version of your operating system by going to the Settings menu on your Samsung Galaxy S20 Series in the US, selecting Software Update, and then clicking Download and install. As a direct result of this, it is now possible for you to download the most recent version of the software that is compatible with your phone.
Download June update
Installing the package may take some time before it is unpacked completely. Please be patient while the phone downloads and instals the latest software. The phone will restart after the software has been installed.