November 2022 Security Update Released For Galaxy Z Flip 4

Earlier this month, Samsung began to roll out a November 2022 software update alongside the One UI 5.0 beta update for Galaxy foldable smartphone users in different markets. Later, the company started to release the first November 2022 update based on the stable Android OS for Galaxy Z Flip 4 in some European countries.

Samsung page reports that Galaxy Z Flip 4 in Australia is occurring in November 2022. One UI 4.0 security patch with firmware version- F721BXXU1AVJ5 and a package size of around 695.19 megabytes. The latest update comes with improvements in all aspects of the device with the latest security solution.

Going by the changelog, the most up-to-date monthly security update comes with security and stability enhancements to maintain the user’s experience and provide a seamless performance by reducing system issues like crashing, lagging, freezing, and others.

Moreover, this update not only prevents the system from unwanted threats and viruses but also keeps your private file and data safe. Plus, it fixes some bugs and issues that impact the user’s experience.

In terms of vulnerability fixes, this update comes with some high, critical, and moderate fixes. The update fixes 62 security vulnerabilities, and 26 of them are exclusive to Galaxy phones. The remaining 36 fixes are for the bugs present in the Android OS.

On the other hand, the US-unlocked units of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series users recently received a similar update with One UI build number N98xU1UES3FVJ1. Plus, the Galaxy Note 20 series will grab the latest Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update soon in the coming days in the US.

How To Update:

If you’ve been using the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in Australia, you should expect to see OTAs soon. If you want to check for updates manually, go to your phone’s Settings, find the Software Update Settings page, and tap the Download and Install button.

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