The September 2022 Android security patch has been made available to a few more Galaxy devices by Samsung. The two new models that have joined the fray are the Galaxy S10 Lite and the Galaxy S21 FE. The September security update is also now generally available for the Galaxy S20 FE.
The September SMR (Security Maintenance Release) for the Galaxy S10 Lite is now receiving in Spain. The distribution should soon extend beyond European borders to include the US and other nations. The phone’s updated firmware version is G770FXXU6GVH6. Although there are certain system stability upgrades being introduced by Samsung, no new features are being added.
In Europe, the most recent SMR for the Galaxy S21 FE is more commonly accessible. Latin America has also been affected by the rollout, beginning with Brazil. The two areas’ respective firmware versions are G990BXXU2CVH7 and G990EXXU3CVH7. A worldwide availability ought to be approaching soon. The Galaxy S10 Lite is exclusively available in the US as an unlocked model, whereas the Galaxy S21 FE is also offered in carrier-locked variants.
Advertisement With the most recent update, this phone’s system stability is also improved. Don’t expect any new features, though. The majority of the update relates to Samsung and Google’s security updates for this month. Over 50 vulnerabilities have patches available in the most recent SMR. Others are Galaxy-specific problems, while others are problems with the Android OS that affect the entire Android ecosystem. These flaws are exclusive to Samsung’s Android products. The corporation classified many of those as high-severity concerns.
THE SEPTEMBER SECURITY UPDATE IS BEING DISTRIBUTED TO THE GALAXY S20 FE WIDELY. Samsung is currently broadly releasing the September SMR to the Galaxy S20 FE in addition to the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S21 FE. The latter model began receiving the latest security upgrade last week, but only the 5G variation received it initially. Recently, the 4G-only variant also joined the group. The most recent SMR for this phone is about to go global.
Your wait shouldn’t be too long if you use one of these three Samsung devices and haven’t yet gotten the September security update. When the updated software package for your device becomes available, you’ll be informed. Within the following few days, the update will OTA-roll out to all eligible devices worldwide. As always, you may manually check for updates by going to the Software update section of your phone’s Settings app and selecting Download and install.