Samsung's September 2022 safety patch is rolling out to US service telephones

do not anticipate elevated than that safety patch, although

Samsung has been doing a pretty good job to this point as updates go. the agency is at the second onerous at work testing One UI 5, based mostly on Android thirteen, on its latest and best telephones. And whereas that large launch has but to reach, the agency is extra probably to be protecting its current firmware up so far. service-locked telephones usually take longer to get updates than unlocked variants. As such, Samsung started rolling out its September safety patch to its unlocked smartphones, per week delayed. Now, it is doing the identical for the service variants of its telephones.


The September replace was noticed for the service-locked mannequin of the Galaxy A53 5G (by way of SamMobile), whereas changelogs printed by Verizon confirm that the replace is extra probably to be on its approach for flagships simply like the Galaxy S22, the Galaxy Z Fold three, and the Galaxy S21. As for exact adjustments, now we have none, besides for the fact that we now have the September safety patch.

The replace is predicated on One UI 4.1.1, which rolled out final week — and actually launched Android 12L-particular adjustments with it for some massive-display telephones. It comes with fixes for over two dozen vulnerabilities, so it is most probably a very good suggestion to place in it. we do not know if the replace additionally contains utterly different minor adjustments or optimizations that are not talked about inside the changelog, however when there are, you most probably will not discover them when you’ve up so far.

do you ought to want to protect your telephone safe, you ought to replace your telephone every time the mannequin new launch arrives to your telephone. do you ought to do not see it proper now, it may take a quantity of days to level up, in any other case you may ought to get hold of one other replace first. As we talked about earlier than, One UI 5 stays to be in beta testing — on its second beta, to be exact — so hopefully, it will not be for a lot longer earlier than its safe mannequin arrives.