Samsung rolled out January 2022 security update for Galaxy A41

Tech giant Samsung has started to roll out their February 2022 security patch for multiple Galaxy devices. But the previous security update – January 2022 security update has not reached every Galaxy device in every country and region. Samsung has just released the January 2022 security patch update for Galaxy A41.

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The January 2022 security update is now available in Russia. The latest software update for the Galaxy A41 comes with the firmware version A415FXXU1CVA3. The security update is suppose to fix a handful of bugs and breaches. The update will make your device more stable. The January 2022 update for Galaxy A41 with soon reach the other parts of the world as well.

According to Samsung’s official website, this January 2022 One UI security patch fixes a variety of bugs and issues and exploits including two critical ones, thirty-six high ones, and five moderate ones for an all-over better user experience. This security update also increases the device stability of your Galaxy mobile. The January security patch is currently available in Spain and Russia for Galaxy S10 Lite and in Germany, Italy, Spain, UK and other few for the Galaxy S10 5G.

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If you are from Russia and currently have a Galaxy A41 mobile, you can now download this latest January 2022 update using the following steps:

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

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Galaxy A41
Galaxy A41

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