Samsung released the February 2022 security update, already availed it in Galaxy Note 20 series

Samsung started to roll out their January 2022 security patch update for the Galaxy devices three weeks ago. They gradually started to roll them out to more markets and regions. You can say that the January 2022 security update still has not reached each and every eligible device across the world. But Samsung already started to roll out their February 2022 security patch

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All we can say right now is that Galaxy Note 20 series will be the first ones to get the February security patch. Though Samsung had been keeping it private for security reasons, we can not confirm any changes or features it brings with it. This latest February 2022 security patch is now available for the European markets, specifically Netherlands. This security patch comes with the firmware version N98xxXXU3EVA9.

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As the February 2022 security patch is now live for the Galaxy Note 20 series in Netherlands, we can say Samsung will roll it out to other regions very soon. As mentioned before, we can not confirm any specifications, changes or features of this latest update right now, but we will update you guys as soon as we receive it.

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If you are one of the lucky ones and you are from Netherlands, you can now download the latest February 2022 security patch. Here we are providing a details step by step instructions so that you install the latest February 2022 security update using the following steps:

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

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