July 2020 security patch for the Galaxy S20 series is now rolling out in more regions, have you received it yet?

It’s still June 2020 but Samsung has already released the July 2020 security patch for the Galaxy S20 series. Samsung first rolled out the July 2020 security patch for the Korean Galaxy S20 units with camera performance improvements, a new option which lets you use Bluetooth microphones while recording audio using the Voice Recording app. The update ended support for MirrorLink. It also added a few more improvements, read them here.

Unlike the South Korean models, the international variant of the Galaxy S20 series is only receiving the camera improvements alongside the June 2020 security patch.

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For US users, you have to wait for the latest security update. The unlocked Galaxy S20 series users in the US can expect the July 2020 security update next week.

The software version of this update is G981BXXU3ATFG, G986BXXU3ATFG, and G988BXXU3ATFG for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra respectively. The size of this update is more than 300MB.

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To update the version on your device, you will need to have a minimum battery charge of 20%. You may be prompted to update when it’s available, otherwise, system updates can be done over a Wi-Fi connection or with the Software Upgrade Assistant.

To manually check for updates, navigate to Settings > System update. If your system is up-to-date, you don’t need to do anything further. Otherwise, tap Download and install to update your phone.

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