Samsung Rolls Out October 2022 Security Update For Galaxy S21 In India

A few days ago, Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphone users received the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta 3 update in India with several bug fixes and lots of improvements. Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out the October 2022 Android security update for Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ 5G, and Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone users in the country.

According to the information, the October 2022 security patch for Galaxy S21 5GGalaxy S21+ 5G, and Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G come with the One UI build number G991BXXS5CVIFG996BXXS5CVIF, and G998BXXS5CVIF, respectively. This latest update is currently released in India, and other regions are expected to release it soon in the coming days and weeks. Read more Samsung Galaxy A72 Receiving October 2022 Security Patch

The October 2022 security update for Galaxy devices comes with fixes for dozens of vulnerabilities and exposures, including 1 Critical, 29 High, and 2 Moderate levels from Samsung and Google. In addition, the support page also disclosed that the 8 CVEs were already included in the previous update, and 11 are not for Galaxy devices. 

Going by the changelog, the monthly security patch comes with improved performance to improve the security and stability of the system. Also, this update fixes some security and privacy-related bugs and issues that affect the user experience and protect your device from unwanted threats and viruses. Below, you can check out the changelog for this update. Read more Samsung Rolls Out October 2022 Security Update For Galaxy A52 4G In India


  • The security of the device has been improved

How To Update:

You want to download this October 2022 security patch on your Galaxy S21 5G phone. Go to the Settings of the Galaxy device; from here, scroll down and click on the Software update section. Then check the new update; once done, click on the Download and install button to complete the process.

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