Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy A52 5G smartphones are getting the September 2023 security update for locked models in the US. The latest update installs the latest Android security patch released in September 2023.
Users of locked Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy A52 5G can identify the September 2023 update through the following One UI build version:
- Galaxy S21: G998USQS9EWI1
- Galaxy S21 Plus:G998USQS9EWI1
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: G998USQS9EWI1
- Galaxy S20: G981USQS7HWI1
- Galaxy S20 Plus:G986USQS7HWI1
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: G988USQS7HWI1
- Galaxy A52 5G: A526USQSBEWH4
September 2023 Security Update What’s New:
The company is sending the latest software updates with system security improvements to keep your files and data safe on your Galaxy devices. It also enhances system stability to provide smooth and uninterrupted smartphone functionality.
However, Samsung hasn’t revealed anything in the changelog with the latest firmware, so it’s unclear whether the update brings any new changes to any functionality. The update log comes only as standard enhancements, which says that the stability and reliability of the Galaxy device have been improved, and the security of the device has also been enhanced.
The September 2023 security update for Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 smartphones is available on T-Mobile and Sprint carriers in the US. Galaxy A52 5G is the latest US update on T-Mobile, MetroPCS, and Sprint.
How To Update:
Users with the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy A52 5G in the locked variants in the US can easily update their devices with the latest update. They may have started receiving notifications of the availability of the update. Alternatively, you can update your device manually by going to System Settings >> Software Update >> Download and Install.