Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G September 2022 security update starts rolling out

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G has begun collecting the September 2022 Android security patch update in Europe. The update comes with some minor system enhancements in order to maintain the users’ experience.

According to the information, the corresponding device owners are getting fixes for various privacy and security-related issues and vulnerabilities with the September patch update. These include 21 high levels and 3 moderate levels of CVEs from Google and 29 One UI SVE items.


On the other hand, improving system security is the primary aspect of the latest software update. This improvement will further protect your phone from bugs and viruses and will keep your files and data safe and secure.

This update also enhances the stability of the system, which ensures a seamless Galaxy experience. It boosts the device’s functionality in every possible aspect and helps reduce issues like app crashing, slow app loading, display flickering, and system lagging.

Samsung S20 FE September 2022 update

Besides these, there is nothing that the update comes with. However, a major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 is coming to Galaxy S20 FE very soon. Samsung is currently running the One UI 5.0 Beta program for Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 customers to test the new One UI version.

Meanwhile, the stable One UI 5.0 update is supposed to start on October 17 or 19. As soon as it goes public, the Galaxy S20 FE will grab it. The One UI 5.0 release for Galaxy S20 FE might happen in early November.

Moreover, Samsung is dispatching the Galaxy S20 FE September 2022 update with One UI build version G781BXXU4FVI1. Currently, the update is live in select European countries including Austria, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, the Nordic, and the Baltic region.

If you a Galaxy S20 FE 5G user in any of these European countries, you can now get access to the latest firmware update. To do this, head over to the Settings of your phone followed by the Software update and Download and install options.


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