The March 2024 Security Update for Carrier-Locked Galaxy A52 5G arrives in the US

It seems that Samsung has rolled out another March 2024 security update for carrier-locked Galaxy A52 5G in the USA. Last month, Samsung started pushing the latest March 2024 security patch update for its compatible Galaxy devices across the globe. There is no doubt that carrier-locked and unlocked variants have received the same update in the last couple of weeks via batches.

Now, it’s time for the USA carrier-locked Samsung Galaxy A52 5G units and more device models will gradually get the patch update in the upcoming weeks. Whereas the premium segment Galaxy devices will start getting the April 2024 patch update soon. If we talk about the update changes, there is no major feature or improvement has been added.

But the locked Galaxy A52 5G units in the US are receiving the firmware version A526USQSCFXC8 which fixes more than 40 security exposures. Out of these, almost 37 fixes have been provided by Google itself to increase the security measurement. In addition, this March 2024 security patch update also included around 9 fixes for more improvements and stability enhancements.

The March 2024 Security Update for Carrier-Locked Galaxy A52 5G arrives in the US

So, if you are using the carrier-locked Galaxy A52 5G variant in the US, you should start receiving the OTA update notification regarding the same. You can either tap on the notification and download the update or manually head over to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.

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Ensure to follow the on-screen instructions to install the OTA update and wait for it to complete. After finish installing, you should reboot your handset to apply changes. However, you can check the Samsung stock firmware installation guide to manually flash the latest software version based on your model if the OTA update isn’t available.

To be specific, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has been released back in 2021 and came with Android 11 out-of-the-box. That indicates the handset will receive one more year of security patch updates as promised by Samsung. However, this Galaxy model has already received the three major Android OS updates since it was launched. So, there is no more scope to get the official Android update on it.

Ravis Sharma
Ravis Sharma
Ravis Sharma, a tech expert, simplifies complex Android topics, offering clear news coverage and user-friendly how-to guides.

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