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Samsung Changed frequency of One UI Software Updates for Older Galaxy Devices

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Whenever it comes to software updates, there is no company that can compete with Samsung; however, the company has come a long way in improving its software department. Earlier, it faced a lot of criticism over its slowness in providing updates for the devices, but with time, the company has brought a lot of changes to its strategy and set some rules for updating its Galaxy devices.

Due to the new changes, the company has been successful in delivering the updates for the users on time, and to make it more seamless, it has also made some software policies for Galaxy devices that set the limitations for updates to devices, and due to this, some devices will have no update available while others will have a lower frequency of updates. Based on this policy, eight devices will be affected, including the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy A20s, A30s, A50s, A70s, Galaxy Tab Active Pro, Galaxy M22, and Galaxy M52 5G.

One UI 6 & Android 14 Mark the Final Major Update for These Galaxy Devices

Informatively, the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy A20s, A30s, A50s, A70s, and Galaxy Tab Active Pro devices were launched back in 2019 with the promise of getting updates for four years, and this month they have reached their limit. To confirm, Samsung has also removed them from the official page of Samsung mobile security.

On the other hand, Samsung is also degrading two devices, including the Galaxy M22 and the Galaxy M52 5G. For your information, both of the devices were launched back in 2021 with Android 11 preinstalled. Initially, Samsung put them on the list of devices getting quarterly updates, but after getting older by two years, these devices are now shifted to a biannual update list, which means they will now get only two security updates in a year.


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Samsung Galaxy A55 gets July 2024 update in more countries

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Samsung started rolling out the July 2024 update with the Galaxy A55, since then the company has already introduced the update to many devices in a lot of countries however still the company isn’t able to complete the update expansion to all the units of the Galaxy A55, and now the update is reached to Brazil.

Galaxy A55 gets July 2024 update in Brazil

Samsung Galaxy A55 started getting the July 2024 update in Brazil, it is coming with the firmware version number A556EXXS4AXF7. With the latest version, Samsung hasn’t brought any significant changes to the devices. It is expected to be available in more countries in the coming days.

However, with the latest update, it is expected that Samsung will improve the overall performance and stability of the devices. If you want to explore the July 2024 update you can check this article.

Moreover, if you are having any issues while using any functionality then you should check the latest update as it is expected that it will provide some improvement to the issues and provide more stability for them.

If you are using the Galaxy A55 device in Brazil then you can now install the latest update on your device by simply following these steps: First, go to the system settings open the software update menu, here tap on the download and install button, if it shows new update available then tap on the download button.


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Galaxy A54 getting a July 2024 update more widely in the US

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The July 2024 update for the Galaxy A54 went live last week in the US, but it was limited to some carriers. Now, with the latest development, Samsung has started getting new updates on more units affiliated with more carriers.

More units of Galaxy A54 are getting a July 2024 update

Earlier this week, the Galaxy A54 grabbed the July 2024 security patch on two carriers, including Verizon and TracFone. Now, the update has been expanded to more carriers, including T-Mobile, MetroPCS, and USCellular, with the firmware version A546USQS8CXG2.

Meanwhile, the unlocked units of the Galaxy A54 are also getting the same update with the firmware version number A546U1UES8CXG2.

According to the official documentation, the July 2024 update will provide more than 60 patches. Google and Samsung have introduced many patches to enhance the security of their devices

With the July 2024 update, and your device will get the general enhancement of the security, providing more security for your data. Go to the software update menu through system settings to install the latest update.


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Galaxy M35 5G gets its first firmware update as July 2024 security patch

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Samsung launched the Galaxy M35 5G in May, and in less than a couple of months, the devices will receive the first update, the July 2024 update, in the form of the latest security patch.

Galaxy M35 gets July 2024 update in India

Samsung has rolled out the July 2024 security patch for the Galaxy M35 5G in India. The update is coming in a software package of 284 MB, with firmware version number M356BXXS2AXG1.

July 2024 update: What’s new

The July 2024 security patch only aims to enhance the security of the devices, and it is worth noticing that Galaxy device users will get more advantages, as the Korean giant has also included some exclusive additions to change the internal function of the devices.

Moreover, the latest update may also bring some new changes that bring consistency to the device’s performance and stability.

If you use the Galaxy M35 in India, you should start getting new update notifications. Alternatively, you can check the latest update manually by going to the software update from the system settings.


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