Samsung is rapidly distributing the One UI 5.1 to eligible Galaxy devices; it started the rollout session in the mid-Feb and expanded all over the world within some days; the Korean giant has updated almost every device with One UI 5.1 initially, now the company is focusing on making it available for each eligible devices to remaining countries.
Now the One UI 5.1 update is available for Galaxy S20 FE 5G and Galaxy A42 5G in the US; the update is currently rolling out on the Verizon network, which means the locked variant of these devices will be eligible to install the latest update.
The One UI 5.1 update will be available for these devices with different software version numbers, G781VSQU7HWB2 and A426USQU4EWB3, for Galaxy S20 FE 5G and Galaxy A42 5G, respectively. The update also brings the latest security patch in the form of February 2023, and it is part of general security maintenance of the device, which comes with different patches that fix a number of vulnerabilities.
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As said earlier, the update brings the support of new features which are exclusively available for Samsung devices. According to the official changelog of One UI 5.1, the update brings significant changes under several heads, including Multitasking, Samsung internet, weather, widgets, Bixby text to call etc. If you are excited to know more about the feature, kindly visit our previous article through this link.
Moreover, in that case, you can easily update your devices by following the given steps – by simply tapping on the notification which is flashing at the time of new update is available; however, if you are unable to get the notification, you can wait for it, or you can also check it manually by going to the system settings, then tap on the software update, now touch Download and install button, here it will show you the result.
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