Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G October 2022 Security Update Rolling out In The US

End of September, Samsung released the latest security patch for Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone users. Later, the Galaxy S20 FE powered by the Snapdragon phone got the same update. Recently, the South Korean tech giant has started expanding the October 2022 Android security update for Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone users.

According to the information, the latest security update is available for the carrier-locked version on the T-Mobile network in the US, and other carriers are expected to release the update soon in the coming days and weeks. This update comes with firmware version number G781USQ9FVI5. Read more Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Bags September 2022 Security Update In Europe

As usual, the latest security patch comes with improvements in system security and stability to further improve the device’s performance. Plus, it fixes a few privacy and security-related vulnerabilities and issues. In addition, it saves your device from bugs and viruses to provide a seamless user experience. 

The October 2022 security patch OTA comes with fixes for various types of vulnerabilities and exposures, which include one critical, 29 high and two medium levels. Meanwhile, the company revealed that 8 CVEs were already included in the previous update, and 11 do not apply to Galaxy devices. Read more Samsung October 2022 Security Update Now Available For Galaxy Z Fold 3 In Australia, US & India

If you are a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G user in the US with a carrier-locked version and you want to download the latest October 2022 security on your device, then go to the device’s  Settings. From here, scroll down and tap on the Software update and tap on the Download and install options. Now, tap on the Download button and click on the Install now/Schedule install, then Restart your phone, and it’s done.

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