Samsung Galaxy M53 and Galaxy M62 picked up July 2022 security update

Recently, Samsung released the July 2022 security updates for its various devices such as Galaxy A52, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy A13 4G, Galaxy A30s, etc. now it’s time for the Galaxy M series to enjoy the same.

Samsung has started rolling out a new software update for the budget-friendly Galaxy M53 and Galaxy M62 smartphones. The update brings the July 2022 security patch along with some fixes & optimizations. Let’s know what kind of information we have about the update.

It is important to note that the update is currently rolling out in the selected market, such as Brazil and Russia. But we hope that it will reach other regions soon. The latest update carries firmware version – M536BXXU1AVG1 for Galaxy M53 and M625FXXU2BVG1 for the Galaxy M62.

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We don’t have to be excited about it because the latest update brings some changes with the July 2022 security patch, but we don’t have any confirmation about what kind of changes it has. But we expect that it surely enhances the Safety and security terms of the Android system.

Samsung July 2022 Security Update Details Here

With the latest July 2022 security patch, 41 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures were addressed. They concern aspects like Samsung Finder, Wearable Manager Installer, Contacts storage, the Messages app, Knoxguard lock, and more. You can find the complete list of fixes here.

Samsung security index (SSI), found in “Security software version”, SMR Jul-2022 Release 1, includes all patches from Samsung and Google. Some of the SVE items may not be included in this package in case these items were already included in a previous maintenance release.

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If you own the Galaxy M53 and Galaxy M62 devices in Brazil And Russia, then you can enjoy this latest security update with the help of the following steps –

Steps To Follow :

Users can also check for the latest software update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install or turning auto-updates or notifications in your device’s settings.

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