Samsung rolling out September 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy S20 smartphone users in South Korea. The update has already been rolled out in some other markets but, this time it has something new for the owners of the Galaxy S20.
The September 2022 firmware update improves the security and stability of your Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones and optimizes the overall performance. Along with this, the changelog of this new patch brings some customizations to the messaging feature.
After installing the September 2022 security update, users will be able to see multiple images at the time of sending and receiving it, which will help users not send any wrong images to the receiver, and it also enhances the performance of the messaging feature.
Moreover, this updated messaging app will also let you register a message as a notice in the group chat, so that you could get access to important messages easily. Additionally, it will offer you an overall enhanced experience and better running of the app.
Added new message function
- Collect and view multiple images when sending and receiving
- You can register a message as a notice in group chat
These new messaging features are making their way to all three devices including Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. If you use your Samsung default messaging app at its fullest, then you should install this update on your device.
Besides the new messaging feature, the September 2022 Android security patch will deliver your smartphone more pleasing and enhanced security along with improved durability. It also fixes several bugs and issues emerging in your Galaxy S20 smartphones.
Samsung’s monthly security bulletin also mentions fixes for privacy and security-related issues and vulnerabilities including 21 high levels and 3 moderate levels of CVEs and 29 SVE items from Google and Samsung, to upgrade the running of your device.
To be mentioned, this new feature with September 2022 update is currently live in South Korea, however, it will expand to more users in the coming days. Users of Galaxy S20 in the particular market can manually download this update.
Open the Settings apps, scroll down, and tap on the Software update option. Here fetch for the latest update, once it’s available, hit the Download button and install the latest patch.