Today, Samsung has released another June update for the Galaxy S22 series. The update was received as an OTA in some Asian and European countries for a Galaxy S22, S22, and S22 Ultra. It brought a moderate download size of 400 to 500 MB with the firmware identifier no. S90*EXXU2AVF9 and S90*BXXU2AVF5.
The update informed that the overall stability of functions had been improved along with the security of the device, primarily.
This monthly revision brings Security patch level: 1 July 2022 with Google’s and Samsung’s security and privacy issues fixes.
The series has three models, namely:
- Galaxy S22 Ultra (SM-S908E) – S908EXXU2AVF9
- Galaxy S22+ (SM-S906E) – S906EXXU2AVF9
- Galaxy S22 (SM-S901E) – S901EXXU2AVF9
- Galaxy S22 Ultra (SM-S908B) – S908BXXU2AVF5
- Galaxy S22+ (SM-S906B) – S906BXXU2AVF5
- Galaxy S22 (SM-S901B) – S901BXXU2AVF5
The update has visited Asia & Europe and is expected to reach other regions soon.
Samsung informed that the following apps might have been updated to the latest version after the software update :
Galaxy Wearable, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health, SmartThings, Samsung Members, Calculator, Voice Recorder.
This time it’s just a security update that improves the overall stability of the device.
According to the changelog & user-posted screenshot on the Samsung Community’ r2′, the update is for security and privacy issues fix but is not limited to it. It can also include general bug fixes and device stability improvements, with more enhanced features and further improvements to performances.
It is expected that this July 2022 security patch will fix dozens of vulnerabilities related to user privacy and data security.
This is the latest flagship from Samsung and will enjoy the latest OS & UI upgrade in upcoming years according to Samsung’s 4-year Software Support Policy.
Samsung advises keeping your device up to date and regularly checking for software updates.
Users can also check for the latest software update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install or turning auto-updates or notifications on in the settings of your device.
Although, as always mostly, the changelog hasn’t been updated nonetheless, readers can visit it and screenshot it in the links below.
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