Samsung Galaxy S20 Gets October 2022 Security Update In The US

Samsung has already rolled out the October 2022 update for several Galaxy devices in various markets. Recently, the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out the latest October 2022 Android security patch for Galaxy S20 series smartphone users in the US.

This October 2022 update for the Galaxy S20 series is currently sent for the carrier-locked Verizon and T-Mobile network users in the US. More carrier networks take several days. According to Verizon and T-Mobile, Samsung’s October 2022 update is now available to download and install for the Galaxy S20 series in the US. Read more Samsung Rolls Out October 2022 Security Update For Galaxy S21 In India

Furthermore, you can determine the latest monthly security on your Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra via the One UI build number G981USQS3FVI7, G986USQS3FVI7, or G988USQS3FVI7, respectively.

As usual, this update focuses on improving system security and stability. Plus, it optimized system reliability to deliver smooth performance and fixed system lagging, app crashing, freezing and other disgusting problems. Read more Samsung Galaxy A52s Gets October 2022 Update For Better Security

Moreover, this update comes with several fixes for Samsung and Android OS vulnerabilities that are related to the user’s privacy. Apart from this, the update doesn’t come with any other additional features and enhancements. 



  • The current software update provides the most up-to-date Android security patches on your device.

How To Update:

If you are using a Galaxy S20 series in the above-mentioned networks in the US, you can now check if the update has arrived on your phone or not. To do so, navigate to Settings and the Software update menu. After tapping on the Download and install option, the update will appear on the screen; start the downloading procedure by hitting the Download button.

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