Samsung First November 2022 Security Update Released For Galaxy Z Flip 4

Just a few hours ago, Samsung released the stable One UI 5.0 software update for Galaxy S22 series in some European countries. The Galaxy S21 series is the second lineup that received the stable Android 13 update. Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has started sending the November 2022 Android security patch update for Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone owners.

Currently, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the first device to receive the November 2022 update based on a stable Android OS. According to the information, the company rolled out the latest monthly security patch for some smartphones along with the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta update.

As per the information, the November 2022 update for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes with One UI build number F721BXXS1AVJE, and this update improves all aspects of the device with the latest security solution. The latest firmware update is currently being released in some European countries, and more countries are expected to be released soon in the coming days or weeks.

Going by the Changelog, then this update improves the system security and stability in order to prevent the system from unwanted threats and viruses and keep your private file and data safe. Plus, it enhances the performance of the device in every possible aspect by reducing system problems like crashing, lagging, freezing, loading, etc.

How To Update:

To install the latest software update on your Galaxy smartphone, all you need to do is go to your phone’s Settings and enter the Software Updates section. After tapping on the Download and Install option, the latest available update will appear on your screen; tap on the Download button to start the process.

Stable One UI 5.0 For Galaxy Z Flip 4

In August 2022, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip 4  smartphone with the Android 12-based One UI 4.1.1 out of the box. Additionally, the South Korean tech giant has already started testing the Android 13-based on One UI 5.0 Beta programming in some markets, and the stable version of this latest update will roll out later this month.

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