Samsung starts rolling out the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for Samsung Galaxy A22 handsets

Samsung Galaxy A22 users have started receiving the new One UI 4.1 update and it’ll be based on the latest Android 12 firmware. The new update comes with the April 2022 security patch and also features the novelties of Google’s new OS. The update can be identified easily as it comes with the build number A225FXXU3BVD8 and it has started getting pushed in Russia. Samsung will be pushing this update to other regions in the coming days and weeks.

Apart from featuring a slew of new features and optimizations, the update also comes with many bug fixes and enhancements. Meanwhile, the April 2022 Security Patch comes with fixes for many CVEs and SVEs.

Changelog for the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for Galaxy A22

Samsung has started rolling out the April 2022 Security Patch Update for Samsung Galaxy A22 handsets in Brazil and it’ll come with the build number A225FXXU3BVD8. The new update will improve the stability and security of your devices while also providing seamless performance thanks to the newly added configurations.

Moreover, the update will also come with many general bug fixes and fixes for issues to provide an optimum overall user experience. The April 2022 Security Update will come with fixes for as many as 88 security and privacy-related vulnerabilities from Samsung and Google, including 18 moderate and 27 high levels of CVEs. Some of these vulnerabilities are related to One UI Home, S Secure, Knox Manage, Samsung Contacts app, StorageManagerService, Samsung DeX Home, and more.

Download and install the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 Update for Galaxy A22

Samsung starts rolling out the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for Samsung Galaxy A22 handsets

In case you are a Samsung Galaxy A22 user in Russia, you should be on the lookout for the latest One UI 4.1 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
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
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