Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra all three smartphones begin to accommodate an update with the security patches of January 2023 starting in the United States on T-Mobile network. The 2022 flagships follow the Galaxy S21 and some other devices a few days after the announcement of the aforementioned patches by the manufacturer: we know that several vulnerabilities have been corrected (also related to Personal Area and NFC connectivity), but none of a critical level.
Samsung Galaxy S22 T-Mobile users get January 2023 security patch
Second update of January 2023:
It’s that time of year again: the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is getting its second update this month. Not to be outdone, T-Mobile has released yet another firmware update for their customers – and it’s a doozy! The new updates include improved security, better performance, and bug fixes.
The new firmware is rolling out for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra with firmware version S901USQS2BWA2, S906USQS2BWA2, and S908USQS2BWA2, respectively.
First update of January 2023:
Users who own Galaxy S22 devices can identify the latest update via firmware version numbers S901USQS2BVL4, S906USQS2BVL4, and S908USQS2BVL4 for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra respectively. The device has also received the Android 13 update on the T-Mobile network.
It is the latest security update that Google has introduced for Android smartphones. The update includes several patches which fix a lot of system vulnerabilities. There are 52 patches added by Google marked as High priority; along with these, Samsung has also included 20 other patches specially designed for its Galaxy devices.
Moreover, the update is a kind of device maintenance; it brings several improvements that ultimately enhance the performance and stability of the device. So it is beneficial to update the device as soon as possible to introduce the update.
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