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Galaxy A52s gets One UI 6.0 beta 2 update

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Samsung has already introduced the One UI 6 update to several devices, but it is currently in beta form. At the moment, there are multiple popular devices running in beta stages, and surprisingly, this time Samsung has expanded the eligible candidates, which include the Galaxy F23 and Galaxy A52s. To move forward, it has brought a new beta update for these devices.

The Galaxy A52s is now getting a second beta update for testing One UI 6. The latest software for the device comes with firmware version A528NKSU2ZWK2, which has a software package of 854 MB. Being the second beta update, it doesn’t bring any new additional features, but as usual, it comes with some major improvements by fixing the bugs and issues that were destabilizing the software.

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Additionally, the update doesn’t include the November 2023 patch, which is the latest security enhancement for Galaxy devices; instead, it is still using the October 2023 patch. Currently, the update is available in South Korea.

The One UI 6 beta 2 for Galaxy A52s also highlights some issues that are still waiting for a fix; this includes Samsung Notes, which are still having some issues. Along with this, financial and banking apps are still not running properly, including Shinhan China SOL, Good Pay, Kuk Sang-in Plus Diji Bank, and Sejong Women’s Exhibition.

The latest software update is live now for Galaxy A52s users who have enrolled their devices in the beta program; otherwise, there will be no update available for you. However, you can still join the beta program by following these steps.

The Galaxy A52s was launched back in 2021, and it comes with Android 11 preinstalled. Later, it received more major updates, and currently, it is running on Android 13. Samsung has promised to give at least three major updates to the device, so it will get its last update in the form of Android 14 and the One UI 6 stable update in the next couple of months.

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These Samsung Galaxy Phones Received the June 2024 Security Patch Yet

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Samsung is now back in form to provide the latest update to its Galaxy device at the ideal time. The company has already distributed the June 2024 security update for the flagship devices in the initial stage. Later, the company started expanding the update to more devices that belong to different categories and are still going on. Before checking the list, let’s explore the update. 

June 2024 security patch: what’s new?

The June 2024 security patch, as the name suggests, is a monthly security update that doesn’t bring any important changes or features for the devices; the update is only focused on providing improvements to the overall security of the devices.

According to the official documentation, the June 2024 security patch update will provide several loophole fixes, Going into the details, there are a total of 59 loopholes addressed, of which 37 were addressed by Google, which strictly addressed the issues found in the Android systems. Along with this, 22 more fixes have been introduced by Google, which exclusively addressed the issues found in Galaxy devices.

Along with the security enhancements, some devices may also receive extra changes, which will enhance the performance and stability of the different functionalities. If you want to know whether the update is available for your device or not, you can check the list below.

Samsung updated these devices to the June 2024 update so far

Galaxy Z series

Galaxy S series 

Galaxy Note series

Galaxy A series 

Galaxy XCover series

Galaxy M series 

  • Galaxy M15

Galaxy F series 

  • Galaxy F15

Note: The June 2024 update has arrived for the above-mentioned devices, but some devices have received the update in limited regions, so it is possible that users who own any particular region may not receive the update yet, but if the device is listed, it is possible that the update will arrive in the next few days.

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Samsung brings June 2024 security update for Galaxy M15 and Galaxy F15

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Last week, Samsung introduced the latest June 2024 security patch to many popular devices belonging to the flagship and midrange categories. Now the company has started expanding the update to budget-friendly devices, including the Galaxy M15 and Galaxy F15.

Notably, the Galaxy M15 device is spotted reviving the June 2024 security patch in India and Europe with the firmware version numbers M156BXXS2AXF3 and M156BXXS2AXF2, respectively. Meanwhile, the Galaxy F15 has received an update in India with the firmware version number E156BXXS2AXF1. 

The June 2024 security patch update is one of the normal device maintenance software updates that doesn’t bring any surprising features or major improvements, but it will provide some internal changes that will not provide direct benefit to the user but will provide indirect advantages as the device will get more protected against external threats. 

According to the official changelog, it doesn’t specify any important changes for the device, so we can assume that the update will only make some internal changes that will improve the system’s security and stability.

If you are using the Galaxy F15 and Galaxy M15 devices in the above-mentioned reaction, then you can now update your devices to the latest version just by going to the software update menu via system settings. If the new update hasn’t arrived for your device yet, then you have to wait a few more hours, as it may take some time to reach every unit.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53 receive June 2024 security patch in the US

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Samsung has started rolling out the June 2024 security patch update for the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53 devices in the US. These are the initial units of the device that are getting a new update, and it is expected that more units will start getting new updates in the next few days. 

Galaxy A54 and A53 get June 2024 update in the USA

Notably, the locked unit of the Galaxy A54 is getting a new update with the firmware version number A546USQS7CXF4. More specifically, the update for the smartphone is spotted on some networks, including T Mobile, MetroPCS, and Dish Wireless. However, it has not yet been released for the unlocked variants. It is expected to be available on more carriers in the next few days.

The Galaxy A53 grabbed the update in the US for both locked and unlocked variants. Users who own the locked variant can identify the latest update by the firmware version number, A536USQSAEXF2. As of now, the update has arrived on several networks, including T-Mobile and Dish Wireless, and is expected to be available in more countries. Meanwhile, the unlocked variant is getting a new update with the firmware version number A536U1UES9EXF2. 

For your information, the June 2024 security patch update for the Galaxy A54 and A53 doesn’t bring any significant features or changes for the devices, but it will provide some enhancements to the working of the devices. 

Along with this, if you are having any issues while using the device, the update may provide fixes to improve the experience of using the device in different conditions. The latest update may also improve the overall performance of the devices. 

If you are using the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A53 devices and live in the US, then you should start getting notifications about it. To install the latest update, you need to go to the software update menu via system settings. If you haven’t received the update yet, then you have to wait some more time.

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