UPDATE 2: May 19 (00:30 ET) – Galaxy A53 May 2022 security update – Europe
Samsung has started rolling out the May 2022 Android security patch update for Galaxy A53 smartphone users in European markets. This update mainly works to enhance the security and stability of your Galaxy A53.
Additionally, it reduces system lagging and app crashing, as well as fixes some bugs to provide you flawless performance. Other than that, nothing is mentioned in the official changelog for the update.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A53 May 2022 security update comes with One UI build version A536BXXU2AVD7. It is now rolling out in Europe and will expand to more users after the company ensures its security and stability.
UPDATE 1: May 10 (06:39 ET) – Galaxy A53 May 2022 security update – Philippines
Samsung Galaxy A53 smartphones with 5G variants have started attaining the May 2022 security update. So far, the company has rolled out the respective security update to many of its devices. The number of handsets includes Galaxy S22 series, the Galaxy S21 lineup, and other Note models.
At present, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G smartphone users are grabbing the newest May 2022 security update. Consequently, the device users would be able to find several improvements with the new patch. Although, the changelog does not reads any specific add-ons. But it promises to optimize the internal system and increase the performance grade of the device.
The build version of the update for the respective 5G handy device is A536EXXU2AVD7. The latest information reveals that the patch is taking place in some Asian merchandise, currently in the Philippines. Although the consumers of the mentioned device would receive notification for the latest patch. However, if not, then users can check for the update manually by the below-given instructions.
How to Update?
- Open the Phone Menu
- Go to the Settings
- Scroll down to the Software Update option
- Choose the Download & Install tab
- Let the device fetch the new updates
- Install the update and reboot your device