Samsung introduced the Galaxy S22 devices back in 2022. The device was launched with the preinstalled Android 12, and with further development, the device has grabbed two major updates in the form of Android 13 and Android 14, where Android 14 is the latest major update of this year. Now it is getting a new security update, the December 2023 patch.
Notably, the latest update for the Galaxy S22 has been spotted in Europe. Users there who are using the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers S901BXXS7DWL1, S906BXXS7DWL1, and S908BXXS7DWL1, respectively.
According to the changelog, the latest update doesn’t bring any new features; it only says that the device is stable and may improve some internal functions. Going to the details, the latest security patch will provide a total of 66 fixes that are included by both Google and Samsung.
Moreover, if you update your device to the latest security patch, it will enhance security by improving its functions, so it will protect your data from external threats. The latest update is coming with a software package of 279MB.
The December 2023 update is now live for the Galaxy S22 devices, but it may take some time to reach every device, so you can check the update by following these steps: go to the system settings, then tap on the software update, tap download and install, and then wait until it finishes searching, and if it says a new update is available, then tap on the download button.
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