Samsung rolls out June 2023 security updare for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra

Samsung is back to back providing the latest June 2023 security patch and started with its foldable in the US. Recently the European units of the Galaxy S22 series joined the party. And the same thing happened with Galaxy S20 Series.

The first Samsung smartphone to update with the latest patches was the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, but in these hours, the manufacturer is widening the update. 

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Samsung first rolled out the update for Galaxy Z Fold 4, and this time, it’s up to the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra to welcome the June 2023 security patches: the firmware in the rollout is the G98**XXUHHWED and requires a download of just over 300 MB.

Just yesterday, Samsung released details on the June 2023 month’s fixes, which include as many as 61 vulnerabilities, 3 of which are critical level (CVE-2023-21127, CVE-2023-21108, and CVE-2023-21130), and 11 directly related to the manufacturer’s devices (touching the Exynos and Knox SoCs).

If you want to download the update, you can go to the system settings, following the path “Settings > Software Update > Download and Install “. In case of a negative result, not unlikely if you own a branded model, you can try again in a few hours or days.

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