Samsung rolled out January 2022 update for Galaxy A20 in the US

As we know, after the release of One UI, Samsung promised us three years of major updates and five years of security updates. Well, it is good to see they are keeping their promise. Samsung started to roll out their January 2022 security update for multiple Galaxy devices. Though the latest update was first available in South Korea and the European markets, gradually Samsung is releasing it all across the globe.

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Samsung is now availing the January 2022 security update for the unlocked Galaxy A20 models in the United States. So if you are from the US, you may have already got the notification for this update. The January 2022 update comes with the firmware version A205U1UESBCVA1. This update fixes a lot of previous bugs and breaches. After you download and install this January 2022 update, you will see a great change in the overall performance of your device.

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The January 2022 update optimizes your phone in the process. Some of the bugs that Samsung fixes in this SMR update include unprotected dynamic receiver in SecSettings, Improper sanitization of incoming intent in Dressroom, improper check or handling of exceptional conditions in NPU driver, improper authorization in TelephonyManager, incorrect implementation of Knox Guard, etc.

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If you are from the United States and you currently have a Galaxy A20 model, you can now download the latest January 2022 update following the steps written below:

Menu key – Settings – About phone – Software updates – Check for Updates – Download and Install update

Galaxy A20

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Galaxy A20

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