Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Bags November 2022 Security Update [US]

A couple of days ago, Samsung released the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy Note 20 smartphone users in some European markets. During this, the South Korean organization has started rolling out a new software update for Galaxy Note 20 series smartphone users in the US.

In a recent development, Samsung is sending the November 2022 Android security update for carriers-unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra before the One UI 5.0 update. Now, we are assuming that the US-unlocked units of the Galaxy Note 20 lineup will receive the latest Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update soon in the coming days.

Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are receiving the November 2022 update firmware with the One UI build numbers N981U1UES3FVJ1 and N986U1UES3FVJ1 versions, respectively. These two firmware updates come with important security patches that are required for the respective models.

According to the information, this update enhances the system’s security and stability in order to maintain the user’s experience. Moreover, the company focuses on providing upgraded privacy to the device security as well as delivering a seamless performance by reducing system problems like app crashing, system lagging, etc.

At the same time, Samsung’s October 2022 security update description mentions fixes for 62 issues and vulnerabilities affecting the user experience. These solutions include 36 CVEs from Google’s Android OS and 26 SVEs from Samsung’s One UI software.


  • Security patch level: 1 November 2022
  • The overall stability of your device has been improved.
  • The security of your device has been improved.

How To Update:

To install the latest November 2022 update on your Galaxy Note 20 mobile phone, all you have to do is go to your phone’s Settings and enter the Software update 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.

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