[U] Carrier-locked Galaxy S10 gets February 2023 update with fixes in the US

Updated – Now Verizon also gives the same treatment to the Galaxy S10 series owners; the Android February 2023 security patch is rolling out for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e with the same build numbers, which are mentioned below.

Original Story – March 22nd

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone, which is carrier-locked in the United States, received a new software update. This update brings a range of bug fixes and performance improvements to the device, ensuring a smoother and more reliable user experience.

Samsung Galaxy S10 series, including Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e, has started receiving the Android February 2023 security patch in the US. It can identify by the firmware version numbers G973USQU8IWB5, G975USQU8IWB5 and G970USQU8IWB5 respectively. The update is currently rolling out on T-Mobile, Sprint, and MetroPCS networks.

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The February 2023 Android Security Update includes patches for many vulnerabilities, including five critical, 43 High, 0 moderate & 8 Already included in previous updates, also 4 Not applicable to Samsung devices, level CVEs. Along with Google patches, Samsung Mobile provides 7 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items.

Samsung has addressed some security loopholes and variabilities in several functions and apps such as WindowManagerService, UwbDataTxStatusEvent, Secure Folder, Phone application, Contacts, Fingerprint, etc.

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