Even after the Galaxy S23’s market debut, the Galaxy S22 is still one of the most popular flagship devices, and the device is treated equally by Samsung. Now that Verizon is also caring for smartphone users, the company has rolled out the One UI 5.1.1 skin update within a couple of days.
The One UI 5.1.1 update was especially designed for large-screen devices, but for some improvement purposes, the company has rolled out some changes for its flagship devices as well. Now for the Galaxy S22 device, the Korean giant has made two convenient changes in features.
According to the changelog, the latest update for the Galaxy S22 has changed the location of the Edit call background features; now you can access the feature in the contact menu. To access the feature, first select a contact, then tap on the more option, and you will get the Edit call background of each contact individually.
Additionally, a small change has happened in the messages menu; now, when you share any image via the Samsung Messages app, the conversations and contexts tabs are now shown at the top for easy access.
The latest update is now live for the Verizon-affiliated units of the Galaxy S22. So users who own locked variants of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers S901USQU3CWGI, S906USQU3CWGI, and S908USQU3CWGI, respectively.
There are a lot of Galaxy S22 devices available in the US that are affiliated with Verizon, so it will take time to reach every unit. However, when the update is available for your device, it will appear as a notification. You can also check your device manually by going to the software update menu via system settings.
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