Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S21 FE getting February 2024 security patch in the USA

Samsung has rolled out a February 2024 security patch for the Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy Note 20 series devices. The update for these devices was spotted in the US and is expected to be available in more countries in the next few days.

The February 2024 update for the Galaxy Note 20 is now available for the carrier lock units with the version number N98*USQS6HXA1. It is currently spotted on US Cellular and is expected to be available on more carriers in the next few days.

Meanwhile, the update for the Galaxy S21 FE device is spotted on both locked and unlocked units with the firmware version numbers G990USQSAFXAI and G990U1UESAFXAA, respectively. The locked unit of the device has been spotted on two carriers, including T-Mobile and MetroPCS, and is expected to be available on more carriers in the next few days.

For your information, the February 2024 security patch is nothing but a minor update that aims to bring some security-related enhancements for the devices. Going into details, with the latest update, there are more than 60 security vulnerability fixes from them. There are 61 fixes introduced by Google for the Android devices, while there are eight more fixes added by Samsung exclusively for the Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the update may also provide some extra enhancements for the device, which will improve the overall performance and stability of the devices. So if you get any issues after the last software update,  you should update to the latest update, which may improve the overall security of the devices.

If you are using the Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy S21 FE smartphone in the US, then you should start getting the update notification on your device, but if you haven’t received it yet, you can also check it manually by going to the software update settings through the system settings.

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