Samsung has rolled out new security patches for some of its flagship models in the US. The Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are among the devices that are currently receiving the latest updates.
Galaxy S22 gets March 2023 security update in the US
The updates are being released for the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. It is being rolled out in the United States with the latest security patches of March 2023. The firmware version S90USQS2CWB7 is being distributed for carrier-locked models on the US Cellular network, while the firmware version S90U1UES2CWB7 is being distributed for unlocked models. The new updates come with a fix for over 50 vulnerabilities, including critical and moderate-level issues that affect One UI. Among the vulnerabilities that have been fixed are issues related to the decon driver problem, which could allow an attacker to create a memory access error. There are also fixes for vulnerabilities related to Bluetooth, WLAN, and media frameworks. For more information on these updates, you can visit the Samsung website.
US carriers pushed March 2023 update for Galaxy Note 20
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra follow up and update with March 2023 security patch. The update is also available in the United States, starting with carrier-locked models with N98*USQS3HWB7 firmware. The news is basically the same as we talked about above for the Galaxy S22 series: among the security fixes, there are some critical level ones, so we recommend that you update as soon as possible. The update is currently available for US Cellular, Spectrum Mobile, Comcast, Xfinity Mobile, Sprint, and T-Mobile networks.
US Carrier-locked Galaxy Z Flip 4 gets March 2023 update
Similar update in distribution for Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 starting with US Cellular carrier-locked models. The firmware is the F721USQS2CWB1, and it brings with it the March 2023 security patches we’ve seen above. As you can tell from the letters of the version, it is just a security update: nothing new regarding the features, but at most, some refinements instability.
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