So far a number of Samsung Galaxy flagships and midrange smartphones receive the stable One UI 5.0 update. Alongside the company is working to expand the recent November 2022 security patch to a elegible Galaxy devices, and recently it reaches Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy Fold smartphones.
Well, the November 2022 patch update fixes certain known bugs and issues for the users and with high-end security. However, keep your Galaxy safe and sure from hackers with the monthly security patches.
Samsung’s November 2022 patch brings fixes for certain bugs and issues. Although it features 3 critical, 32 high, and 1 moderate CVEs, 2 of these were already present in previous releases, and 15 of them do not apply to Galaxy devices.
- Galaxy Note 10: The most recent software update for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ is available in the US with firmware version N97xU1UES7HVJ3. The majority of US mobile network providers, like AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
- Galaxy S21 FE: Additionally, the most recent software update for the Galaxy S21 FE has One UI build version G990EXXS3CVJ6, currently rolling out in South America.
- Galaxy S10 Lite: Firmware version G770FXXS6GVK1 of this software update already has accessible in Spain, and anticipate that other European nations will get it soon.
- Samsung Fold and Z Fold 2: The most recent firmware updates for the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 2 are F900FXXU6HVJ7 and F916BXXS2HVK1, in France respectively. France is the only country where the Galaxy Fold is receiving an upgrade, although the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is receiving updates all throughout Europe.
We recommend users download and install the update as soon as it reaches them, via the Settngs>> Software update>> System update>>now hit the download and install key. You can now fearlessly operate your Samsung Galaxy phone.