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US Carrier-locked Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 get Image Clipper feature

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 owners in the US can now enjoy the Image Clipper feature, thanks to the latest firmware update from Samsung. The update with the F936USQU2CWCC and F721USQU2CWCC firmware for carrier-locked models of T-Mobile and MetroPCS is rather hefty at almost 1GB in size. This update includes the latest April 2023 security patches and brings the Image Clipper function to the two devices.

The Image Clipper feature is part of the Samsung Gallery and allows users to quickly crop out specific subjects from photos, such as people, pets, cars, and flowers. Once the subject is isolated, it can be saved and shared separately as a sticker. Users can simply press and hold the desired subject within a photo or image to use the feature without the need to activate anything.

Samsung Image Clipper function: How to use, and eligible Galaxy devices

The Image Clipper function was initially launched as an exclusive feature on the Galaxy S23 series. However, Samsung has started rolling out the feature to older flagship devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. However, the company already rolled out the update for Australian users a week ago. This is great news for owners of these devices, who can now enjoy the latest image editing feature without having to upgrade to a new phone.

The April 2023 security patches included in this update are also significant. According to Samsung’s bulletin, the patches fix a total of 55 security flaws found inside Android devices, 4 of which are critical. Additionally, the update addresses 15 flaws found in Samsung devices. This shows Samsung’s commitment to providing its customers with the latest security updates and improving the overall user experience.


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Galaxy Tab S9 FE and S9 FE+ receives April 2024 security patch in Europe

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Samsung has rolled out the April 2024 security patch for almost all the high-end devices, and now it is focusing on providing updates to affordable-range devices. For instance, earlier it distributed the security patch for the Galaxy Tab S9 series; now it has started serving the update to the affordable tablets, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+.

Notably, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ are getting an April 2024 security patch update in Europe. Users who own the 5G variant devices can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers X516BXXS3BXD6 and X616BXXS3BXD6, respectively. Meanwhile, the Wi-Fi variants of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ are getting a new update with the firmware version numbers X510BXXS3BXD6 and X610BXXS3BXD6, respectively.

According to the official documentation, the April 2024 security patch could bring more than 40 fixes. In these, Google has added 27 more fixes, and along with this, there are 17 more fixes that are introduced by Samsung, which exclusively provide support for Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the latest update may also provide some extra improvements and stability by changing the internal functions of the devices. But as far as its significance, the user will not get any important changes for the device. In case you are facing any issues while using any function, you should also update your device to the latest version, as it may also fix them.

If you are using the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series in Europe, then you should start getting new updates, but if you haven’t received the notification yet, you can also check the update manually by going to the software update menu through the system settings.


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Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4 and Galaxy A53 receiving April 2024 update on more US carriers

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Samsung has already rolled out the April 2024 security patch update to the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy A53 in the US, but the update was available for limited users. Now the update is available on more carriers.

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 devices are spotted getting new updates on several carriers, including MetroPCS, Comcast, and Spectrum Mobile. Users can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers F936USQS4EXD1 and F721USQS4EXD1

Meanwhile, the Galaxy A53 is getting the firmware update with the firmware version number A536USQS9DXDA. It has been spotted on two carriers, including T-Mobile and MetroPCS, and is expected to be available on more carriers in the next few days.

The April 2024 update brings the latest security patches for the Galaxy devices. Going into details, the update has brought more than 40 fixes, and Google has added 27 patches that will improve the security of the Android OS. Meanwhile, Samsung has also added 17 more patches, which will exclusively bring more improvements for Galaxy devices.

If you are having issues while using your device in the last version, then you should update your device to the latest version. To do that, you just need to go to the software update menu through the system settings.


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Samsung expands the April 2024 Security update for Galaxy Note 20 Series in Europe

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series devices were the last contenders in their lineup, but the company has stopped working to bring new phones under the Note series. It has already been four years since the device was released, but the company is still providing new updates. The Galaxy Note 20 series will receive an April 2024 security patch, according to the latest development.

Earlier, the April 2024 update for the Galaxy Note 20 was spotted in some countries, including the US and Brazil. The company has now expanded into the European market as well. Users who own the LTE units of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra can identify the latest update with these firmware version numbers: N980FXXSAHXD1 and N985FXXSAHXD1.

Meanwhile, the 5G variants of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 are receiving the update with the firmware version numbers N981BXXSAHXD1 and N981BXXSAHXD1, respectively. As of writing, the update has been spotted in Germany and France, and it is expected that the update will soon be available in more countries in the next few days.

For your information, the April 2024 security patch update will not bring any new features, but it will provide some internal improvements for the system that could enhance the performance and stability of the devices. In a nutshell, the update has provided more than 40 fixes, with Google adding 27 fixes and Samsung adding 17 more, which will provide some extra security improvements for the Galaxy devices exclusively.

Moreover, the update may also provide some improvements that will level up the performance of your Galaxy device. To check the update, go to the system software update, and if you don’t receive it, you have to wait some more time. 


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