The Samsung Galaxy A72 was one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year. With its sleek design and feature-packed specs, the Galaxy A72 was sure to be a hit with consumers. It has been almost two years since its launch, and it is receiving security updates. The update fixes several issues with the device, including fixed several vulnerabilities.
As we reach the mid of February, Samsung has released a new firmware update for the Galaxy A72. The update brings along a number of bug fixes and improvements. The most notable change is that it now supports the Android February 2023 security patch, which is currently rolling out in India and comes with firmware version A725FXXS5CWB2.
The new patch notes include fixes for several high-impact vulnerabilities, including five critical, 43 High, 0 moderate & 8 Already included in previous updates, also 4 Not applicable to Samsung devices. Moreover, Samsung has addressed some security loopholes and variabilities in several functions and apps such as WindowManagerService, UwbDataTxStatusEvent, Secure Folder, Phone application, Contacts, Fingerprint, etc.
Samsung claims that all the mentioned apps and functions are now fixed and safe to use, and the company also promises that if there is any bug left apart from this, it will surely fix it in another update.
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