Unlocked Galaxy Z Fold4 gets April 2024 Security Update in the US

Though the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 owners are eagerly waiting for the latest One UI 6.1 update from the OEM pretty soon, it seems that the US-unlocked Galaxy Z Fold4 variants are still yet to receive the latest April 2024 security patch update. But anymore because the Unlocked Galaxy Z Fold4 gets April 2024 Security Update in the USA recently.

As the company has just started rolling out the new security patch update to the US-unlocked handset, users are quite happy with this OTA update which brings overall system stability and enhanced security protection against the potential data security threats.

Talking about the April 2024 security patch, Samsung has done a great job by pushing this update to all the eligible Galaxy device models across the globe. The carrier-locked Galaxy Z Fold4 devices in the US have already received the same security update.

Unlocked Galaxy Z Fold4 gets April 2024 Security Update in the US

The specific April 2024 security patch update includes improved system security for Android devices by fixing multiple security exposures that may cause vulnerability issues for the user data and device security. Both Google and Samsung worked to provide critical, high-level CVEs, and SVEs fixes.

However, there are no major system improvements or new features added in this April 2024 security update for unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z fold4 models in the US. You’ll find the new software build version F936U1UES4EXD1. In case, you haven’t received the update notification yet, there is nothing to worry about.

As of now, we can expect that you may have to wait for a while to receive the One UI 6.1 update on US-unlocked Galaxy Z Fold4 variants. The best part is that you’ll be able to experience the Galaxy AI feature on the upcoming One UI 6.1 update once you receive it.

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So, you can check for the available updates from the device’s Settings app > Software Update > Download and Install. Wait for the update to get installed and reboot the handset to apply changes. If the OTA update isn’t available, you can follow the Samsung stock firmware installation guide to manually flash the latest firmware version depending on the model and variant.

But you should keep in mind that manually flashing the firmware incorrectly may cause potential issues with the device bricking or bootloop. So, ensure whether you need to do it or not. In case, 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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