Galaxy S20 5G’s carrier-locked gets January 2023 update in the US

The January 2023 security update for carrier-locked Galaxy S20 5G models in the US is a great step forward for Samsung phone users. Not only does it provide much-needed bug and security fixes, but it also ensures that the devices are kept up to date with current software versions. We hope that this update will become available soon to all Galaxy S20 5G owners across, providing them with an even better user experience while using their devices.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 5G series, including Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20 Plus 5G, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in the US, are getting the latest January 2023 security update that includes fixes for over 50 Samsung and Android vulnerabilities. The update is being rolled out to carrier-locked Comcast devices. It carries firmware versions G981USQS3GWA1, G986USQS3GWA1, and G988USQS3GWA1, respectively.

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Samsung also patched some issues with NFC, Secure Folder, and Samsung Knox. Samsung advises all users of these devices to install the latest security patch as soon as possible, information leakage, and elevation of privilege vulnerabilities. Other fixes include a number of improvements to the overall stability and performance of the device.

As always, we recommend that you install the update as soon as possible to keep your device secure. If you have a carrier-locked device, be sure to check for the update in your device’s Settings app.

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