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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 grabbing February 2022 security update

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Samsung Galaxy Z fold 2 February 2022 update

Samsung’s latest February 2022 security update is making its way to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphones to provide better system security. Last week, the company has already dispatched this update in Southeast Europe, Italy and countries.

In the latest edition, the February 2022 update for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has arrived with Android 12 based One UI 4.0 firmware version F926BXXS1BVB3. To install this update, the corresponding device users need to download a massive software package size of around 2.9GB.

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For your information, the Galaxy Z Fold 2’s new update is currently spotted in Germany and will expand in more regions. So, it is recommended you keep on checking the update section because it will reach you any time.

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The February 2022 security patch brings fixes to various levels of vulnerabilities including for 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate levels of CVE for improved system security and optimized performance.

Samsung Galaxy Z fold 2 February 2022 update

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is eligible for One UI 4.1:

After One UI 4.0, the One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 is the next major software version for which users are now waiting. Ahead on One UI 5.0, Samsung will upgrade its eligible device to One UI 4.1.

However, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is one of the eligible devices to get hands-on on One UI 4.1. This foldable smartphone was initially launched with One UI 2.5 followed by One UI 3.1 and One UI 4.0.

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Here is how update:

To check for updates manually, open the phone’s settings, software update, and wait for the device to check for updates. If an update is available, hit the download and install button. Once the update process concluded, reboot the device.

Remember:

Before proceeding towards the update, make sure that your phone has sufficient battery and storage space. Also, don’t forget to use a stable or strong data/WiFi connection.

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Samsung One UI 5.0 Android 13 beta testing internally

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Samsung One UI 5.0 Android 13 beta

Samsung fans are eagerly looking forward to what One UI 5.0 has to offer for the customers and what Samsung will implement in this upcoming system. In the meantime, new reports suggest that the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta is already available to the Samsung employees internally.

Fortunately, Samsung users will soon get the opportunity to taste the experience of a new Android version. Ultimately, among several Samsung devices, Galaxy S22 series smartphone users will be the first to enjoy this moment.

According to the latest information, Samsung will initially roll out the One UI 5.0 Beta Program for the Galaxy S22 series, including the standard S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra models. Consequently, this activity might take place in the next 2-3 weeks.

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Alongside, the latest information also hints that the Korean manufacturer has begun collecting feedback for the forthcoming interface to deliver a stable and consistent upgrade to its users.

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So far, Samsung hearsay to release the One UI 5.0 Beta uprooted on the Android 13 surface by the third or fourth week of July. Thereafter, the Korean tech maker will push off a public release by October, this year.

Samsung One UI 5.0 Android 13 beta

Briefing about the new One UI build, carrying the features of Android 13 on board, the next version will arrive with a lot of offerings for its users. Users will see new touch-ups to the core framework with an advanced media player as well as the long-awaited Google’s Material You.

As per the previous rumors, you will be able to experience better compatibility of the device with third-party applications. Besides, you will find a bunch of new animations after receiving this ultimate One UI 5.0 system. However, the long list of surprising features will only get revealed with the appearance of the respective interface.

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Samsung Galaxy A72 installing February 2022 security update

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Samsung Galaxy A72 February 2022 update

Samsung’s February 2022 security update is now making its way to the Samsung Galaxy A72 smartphone. This Galaxy A72 update is currently spotted in Russia, while the other countries’ users will get it soon.

The new information discloses that Samsung Galaxy A72 February 2022 update comes with PDA version number A725FXXU4BVB4. However, to acquire this update corresponding device user has to download a regular size software update package.

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Just a few weeks ago, Samsung has seeded an Android 12 based One UI 4 custom interface in the Galaxy A72, which was launched pre-installed with One UI 3.1 based on Android 11. In near future, this device will grab two major software updates and surely provide a next-level user experience.

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On the other hand, the Galaxy A71 smartphone has recently received the February 2022 security update in Asia, Europe, and Australia for increased system security. Read more

Samsung Galaxy A72 February 2022 update

Software Update:

  • Latest version: A725FXXU4BVB4
  • Changelog: Install February 2022 One UI security patch

February 2022 security patch details:

According to the information, the February 2022 security patch fixes over 60 vulnerabilities including 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate level CVEs to improve system security.

How to update:

If you are Galaxy A72 smartphone user and don’t want to wait for an OTA notification. You can download the update manually by visiting the settings on your phone followed by the software update.

Let the phone fetch the latest software update for you. Afterward, hit the download and install button and wait for the completion of the update process. Meawhile, make sure that the phone has an adequate amount of battery and storage to stay away from update failure.

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February 2022 security update available for Samsung Galaxy A71

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Samsung Galaxy A71 February 2022 update

Samsung Galaxy A71 smartphone has begun collecting a new software update that mainly installs the February 2022 security improvements. This update fixes several vulnerabilities and issues that defend the device against threats.

According to the information, the February 2022 update for Samsung Galaxy A71 arrives with firmware version A715FXXU8BVA2.  To be mentioned, this update is rolling out in major markets including Asia, Europe, and Australia.

For your information, the Galaxy A71 was initially packed with One UI 2.0 custom interface based on Android 10. Further, the company rolled out the One UI 3.1 major update based on Android 11 and will soon dispatch the Android 12 update.

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Aside from security improvements, the company has released any other notable features or changes in the changelog. After installation, the corresponding device owner could experience some smartphone stability improvements and general bug fixes.

To be mentioned, the 5G variant of the Galaxy A71 smartphone has not received this update yet. But, they will soon expand this update to more regions and also for the rest of the eligible devices.

Samsung Galaxy A71 February 2022 update

February 2022 One UI security patch details:

With February 2022 security patch, Samsung fixes more than 60 privacy and security-related issues including  2 critical29 high, and 15 moderate. In addition to this, it also resolves 5 CVEs that were already included in the previous patches.

Update steps:

To update your device over the latest One UI version, Open the phone’s settings, tap on software updates. Once the update is available on device hit the download button and install the software package. After completion of the update process, the device will automatically reboot.

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Although this update will not erase your data it is recommended you take a backup of your important data. Use stable data or WiFi connection for fast download and also maintain enough battery and storage.

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