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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 grabs August 2022 security update in Europe

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 August 2022 update

We are running in the first week of the month of August and the South Korean tech giant is speedily sending its latest monthly security patch to several devices worldwide. Now the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra devices have started obtaining the August 2022 security update patch in Europe.

Software Version

  • Galaxy Note 20 – N981BXXU4FVGA
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – N986BXXU4FVGA


These devices have earlier got the update in the United States and now it’s time for European users to experience the latest patch. This is a regular security patch update, it brings enhancements to your device system and security and further improves the user experience.

With every monthly security patch, the company delivers a great performance that helps you to run your smartphone in a faster way, it further offers more suitable stability and optimizes the overall interpretation of your phone by fixing several bugs and viruses.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 August 2022 update

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 August 2022 update

Other than common bug fixes the changelog of this update mentions upgrades for 10 stock apps including Galaxy Wearables, PENUP, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health, SmartThings, Samsung Members, Samsung Wallet, Calculator, Smart Switch and Voice Recorder.

Samsung August 2022 update mentions fixes for over 31 vulnerabilities including CVEs and SVEs from Google and Samsung. We recommend you download this update on your phone as soon as it appears because it will provide you with a better performance.

To get access to the latest patch just visit the Settings of your smartphone here, scroll down, and tap on the Software Update section. Now fetch for the latest update, once it’s visible on your screen hit the Download button and Install it.

Samsung One UI 5.0

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra devices are eligible to acquire the latest One UI 5.0 update and it can soon receive the beta update as the company has begun with its first beta rollout through the Galaxy S22 smartphone users in South Korea.

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