The Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy S21 FE now have access to the September 2022 Android security patch from Samsung in the US. In most foreign markets, both phones have already received the update. The One UI 4.1.1 upgrade was recently downloaded by the former in the United States.

On carrier-locked models in the US, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 is presently receiving the September SMR (Security Maintenance Release). For devices connected to the Comcast and Xfinity Mobile networks, the update is already live , and the new firmware version is F711USQS3DVHD. It should soon be available on other carrier versions and progressively spread to unlocked devices as well.

As previously mentioned, the One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 was just released in the US. Recently refers to the previous week. New gestures, the ability to extract text from photographs, personalized call backdrops for each contact, app names in the Edge panel, and PC-style touch control on the Flex mode are just a few of the features it added. A number of additional clock styles, wallpapers, and functions, such as SmartThings, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth controllers, were added to the cover screen.

Advertisement The 2021 clamshell foldable is currently receiving the September security patch thanks to the most recent update. The updated SMR patches over 50 vulnerabilities, the bulk of which are unique to the Galaxy, as Samsung earlier this month disclosed. Additionally, it includes fixes for a few Google-issues with the Android OS.

In the US, THE GALAXY S21 FE WILL ALSO RECEIVE THE SEPTEMBER UPDATE. The Galaxy S21 FE, as was stated at the outset, is also receiving the September security update in the US right now. With firmware version G990USQS4CVI1, the new SMR is available for carrier-locked devices on Comcast and Xfinity Mobile’s networks. In the following days, there should be a wider rollout, which includes the unlocked versions. Keep take mind that this phone will not receive One UI 4.1.1.

Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy S21 FE, however, are both qualified for the Android 13 update. While the latter came pre-installed with Android 12, the former arrived with Android 11. At the very least, they ought to receive upgrades till Android 14 and Android 15, respectively. Android 13 will launch later this year or early in 2019. It will include Samsung’s One UI 5.0 proprietary software.

Advertisement The September security update is currently making its way to either of these phones if you live in the US. When the OTA (0ver the air) update arrives on your phone, you will be notified. From the Settings app, you may manually check for updates as well. Go to the Software update area and select “Download and install” to do so.


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