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Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 4G Updating One UI 4.1.1 With Android 12L

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Samsung has rolled out the new Android update for Tab S6 Lite 4G. The device was released back in May 2020. It is basically the Lite version of the original Galaxy Tab S6, which is available at approximately half the price of the original one. According to its price tag, it also provides fewer features but has all important features.

For the larger screens, Android has designed a separate OS that has all similar features but is customized for large displays, so users don’t have to face any issues while enjoying their stuff on their device. Therefore the latest update brings the Android 12L update; unfortunately, it doesn’t consist of the November 2022 security patch.

Right now, the latest update is available in India. However, Samsung will expand the One UI 4.1.1 update to other countries soon. Users who own the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite can identify the latest software update by its firmware version number P619XXU1AVJ2. While the Wifi-only version of the tablet already received the Android 12 update a few months ago.

One UI 4.1.1 Features

The update includes features like 12L refining the system UI to make it more beautiful and easier to use on large screens—across notifications, quick settings, lock screen, overview, the home screen, and more.

The notification shade takes advantage of the space on large screens by showing Quick Settings and notifications in a new two-column layout. The lock screen also uses a larger two-column layout to highlight notifications and clocks, and system apps like Settings are also optimized.

When you use a large screen probably do multiple tasks at a time, in this update has introduced a new productivity feature that makes multitasking even more powerful and interactive. Now 12L adds a new taskbar that makes it easier to launch and switch apps on the fly. In gesture navigation, a quick-switch gesture makes using the taskbar even faster.

For apps that are not yet optimized, it has made visual and stability improvements to our compatibility mode to provide a better experience for users and make those apps look better by default.

How to Install the latest Android 12L Update 

To install the latest update on your Galaxy S6 Lite device kindly follow the given steps

  • On your Galaxy devices, Navigate to your settings.
  • Scroll to the bottom and select Software update.
  • Tap Download and install.
  • Wait for your device to check for updates.
  • If update is available, you can hit Install now

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Samsung updates unlocked Galaxy S22, Flip4, Fold3, and Flip3 to the April 2024 security patch in the US

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In the last few days, Samsung has expanded the April 2024 security patch update to many Galaxy devices, but, due to the carrier network limitation, the update has reached only the locked variants of the devices. Fortunately, some unlocked Galaxy devices also received a new update.

Notably, Samsung has rolled out the April 2024 security patch to multiple unlocked Galaxy devices, such as the Galaxy S22, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Users who own the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the update by the firmware version numbers S901U1UES4DXD1, S906U1UES4DXD1, and S908U1UES4DXD1 sequentially. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is getting an update with the firmware version number F721U1UES4EXD1.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are getting new updates with the firmware version numbers F926U1UES5HXD1 and F711U1UES6HXD1, respectively. If you are using any of the mentioned devices, you should start getting notifications about the update.

According to the official documentation, the April 2024 security patch could bring more than 40 fixes. In detail, Google has added 27 fixes, and along with this, there are 17 more fixes that are included by Samsung, which exclusively provides support for Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the latest update may also provide some extra improvements and stability by changing the internal functions of the devices. But as far as its significance, the user will not get any important changes for the device. In case you are facing any issues while using any function, you should also update your device to the latest version, as it may also fix them.

If you are using any of the unlocked versions of the above-mentioned device, you can now update your device to the latest version. To do that, go to the system settings, then tap on the software update option. If the update is available, then tap on the download button.


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Galaxy A34 Gains April 2024 security update in Europe

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After introducing the April 2024 security patch update to many high-end Galaxy devices belonging to the Galaxy Z and S series, Samsung has now turned its focus towards the A series devices. In the latest development, it has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy A34 devices.

Initially, Samsung distributed the April 2024 security patch to the European units of the Galaxy A34 devices, carrying the firmware version number A346BXXS6BXD1. In the coming days, we anticipate the company to extend the update to additional units.

For your information, the April 2024 security patch is one of the standard security patches that doesn’t bring any new features but will provide some security-related enhancements that will improve the overall performance and stability of the devices.

According to the official documentation, the April 2024 update brings more than 40 fixes, and Google has added 27 fixes that address the issues found in the Android OS. Meanwhile, there are 17 more fixes added by Samsung that address the issues found in Galaxy devices exclusively.

Moreover, the update may also address some issues that cause your device to malfunction or other issues like app creep, lagging, etc., so if you are also facing any issues as mentioned, then you should update your device to the latest version.

If you are using the Galaxy A34 device in Europe, then you should start receiving notifications of the April 2024 update. To update the device, go to the software update menu via system settings. It is possible that the update hasn’t arrived on your device yet, so you just need to wait for some time.


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Samsung Galaxy A53 started receiving the April 2024 security patch in Europe

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Samsung has already served the April 2024 security patch for the Galaxy A53 devices, but it was limited to the USA. Now, with the expansion, the device has started getting the same update in Europe. 

The Galaxy A53 is getting an April 2024 security patch update in Europe, carrying the firmware version number A536BXXS9DXD1. It is coming in a 242.54 MB software package. The update is currently spotted in some regions, and in the coming days, it will be available to all units in the next few days.

The April 2024 update provides the latest security patch that provides a bunch of security enhancements that assure that your Galaxy device will be protected against several external threats that can be dangerous. So if you are conscious of your data, it is mandatory to keep the device up-to-date.

Along with the security improvements, the update may also provide some extra improvements that will enhance the overall performance and stability of the devices. So to take advantage, you can now update your device to the latest version.

If you are using the Galaxy A53 device in Europe, then you can now update the device to the April 2024 update by simply going to the system software update via the device’s main settings. If you haven’t received the update yet, then just wait. It takes time to reach every unit of the devices. 


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