Samsung probably pulled back Android 14 from the Galaxy Z Fold 4/ Flip 4 and released a new firmware based on Android 13

Samsung is all set to bring new surprises for this year, the first one is Galaxy S24 series, which will be equipped with all new AI functionalities, which will be the main attention-grabbing function for the device. On the other hand, the company is also rolling out a new surprise for the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip 4 with the new software update, which might be based on Android 13 (One UI 5.1.1) in South Korea.

As we have covered earlier, the Samsung community moderator has announced that the company will provide new software that will fix the overall issues that were found in the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update. Therefore, the company has recalled the update and is now distributing the new update as the November 2023 patch for Galaxy Z Fold 4 (F936NKSS2DWK3) and Galaxy Z Flip 4 (F721NKSS2DWK3) in South Korea.

However, it is not clear which type of issue it has fixed, but as the previous update was limited to some users, only a few users experienced it and don’t feel any problem with it. However, as per the observation, it is probably an issue related to the higher security risk, so the company had to take a big step.

As the previous moderator said, the company will not necessarily downgrade the software, so it may also be possible that the user who has already installed the One UI 6.0 (Android 14) update doesn’t have to get a major downgraded software; all it may change is the security firmware, while in another case, if it makes a downgrade, you don’t have to worry about it as the company will soon bring you a new major update after fixing it.

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