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[Unlocked Variant Too] Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy A53 5G receiving June 2022 Security update in the US

Samsung is expanding the Android June 2022 security patch in the US for Galaxy S20 FE 5G model. The company is pushing a new firmware for Unlocked Galaxy S20 FE 5G in the United States. Also Read: Samsung One UI Home Stock Launcher Update v13.1.07.3 – Download Link

The latest update brings the June 2022 security update to the table that fixes over five dozen privacy and security vulnerabilities. It could also bring device stability improvements and general bug fixes. The device can identify by build number G781U1UES7EVF1 for the Galaxy S20 FE 5G (SM-G781U1) report – SamMobile.

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Samsung has already rolled out the latest June 2022 security patch for Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy A53 5G in India and Canada receptively. Now the update is landing in the US for both devices.

According to the SamMobile report the Galaxy S20 FE 5G (SM-G781U) comes with firmware version G781USQS7FVE2 carrier locked in the US and the Galaxy A53 5G carrier unlocked variant (Samsung) comes with A536U1UES2AVE4. It brings the June 2022 security patch that fixes dozens of privacy and security vulnerabilities. 

In addition to the June security patches, it should bring general improvements to the stability and resolution of some of the bugs encountered by users with previous software versions (unfortunately, the official changelog does not provide much detail about it).

When the update is available on your device, it will be notified through a notification. You will be able to download and install it via OTA (i.e., directly from the device). The most impatient can still manually check its availability, go to the Settings menu, scroll to the section dedicated to software updates, and start the check.

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[Unlocked Variant Too] Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy A53 5G receiving June 2022 Security update in the US

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