Samsung Rolls Out October 2022 Security Update For Galaxy S10 In The US

Recently, Samsung released the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1 for Verizon carrier-locked Galaxy A11 in the US. This update comes with lots of new features and enhancements, along with the August 2022 security patch. Now, the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out a new software update for Galaxy S10 series smartphone users in the US, which mainly installs the October 2022 Android security patch for better device security.

In addition, the flagship Galaxy S10 series was launched with Android 9-based One UI 1.1 OS and received its last major Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update late last year. Hence, the Galaxy S10 series will not receive the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update.

According to the information, the October 2022 update is currently being released in the Verizon carrier-locked unit of the Galaxy S10 lineup in the US, and more carriers are expected to be released soon in the coming days and weeks.

Furthermore, you can determine the October 2022 security update for Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus through the One UI build number G970USQS7IVI8, G973USQS7IVI8 and G975USQS7IVI8, respectively.

According to the changelog, the most up-to-date security patch improves the system’s security and reliability and fixes some bugs that impact the user’s experience. In addition, it protects your device from unwanted threats and viruses to further improve the device’s performance. 

At the same time, the October 2022 update addresses different kinds of Vulnerabilities and Exposures, including 18 of Samsung’s CVEs that affect various device components, apps, and services and 32 (1 critical, 29 high, and 2 medium) Google Android OS issues.

What’s Changing:

  • The current software update provides the most up-to-date Android security patches on your device.
  • Android™ Security Patch Level: October 2022

How To Update:

If you want to manually check for the latest October 2022 update for your Samsung Galaxy S10 series, go to your device’s Settings, tap on Software Update and finally hit the Download and Install button, and that’s it.

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