Samsung Galaxy S22 Gets November 2022 Security Update In The US

Last month, Verizon released the major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 stable update for Galaxy S22 series in the US. Now in a recent development, the South Korean firm has started sending the November 2022 Android security patch to the users of the Galaxy S22 series in the country.

As per the information, the November 2022 security update for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra come with better system security and stability, and you can identify through the One UI build versions S901USQU2BVK1, S906USQU2BVK1, and S908USQU2BVK1, respectively.

Meanwhile, The update rollout is currently taking place in the US to a Verizon carrier-locked version. However, the company will soon expand to more regions and to the remaining users. So if you are using Galaxy S22 and living in the US, then update your phone to experience better performance of your device.

Going by the changelog, this update optimizes the performance of your device system by fixing several bugs and issues and further improves the overall user experience. Since it is a monthly security patch, it surely gives you a fresh performance of your device.

With these improvements, Samsung delivers a seamless and uninterrupted performance by reducing system problems like crashing, freezing, lagging, and others. Apart from this, the official changelog doesn’t mention any other additional features and changes.

What’s Changing:

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

On the other hand, the November 2022 Android patch brings fixes for a variety of vulnerabilities and risks, including 3 critical, 32 high, and 1 medium-level CVEs, while two CVEs were already included in previous updates, and 15 are not applicable to Galaxy devices.

How To Update:

We recommend that you download this update as soon as it appears on your smartphone screen, or you can check it manually by going to your phone’s Settings; here, tap on the Software update section if it is available on your phone. If not available, then get it, and once it is available, press the Download button and install it.


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