- The June 2022 Android security patch has begun rolling out.
- Firmware version G780FXXU9DVE7 is currently available in Russia.
- The update is supposed to provide remedies for more than 66 privacy and security flaws.
According to a rumor, the current June 2022 Android security patch has begun rolling down to Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) 5G and LTE variants with triple rear camera arrangement in Russia, the Baltic region, and a few other European nations. The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is another smartphone that has apparently begun receiving the June 2022 Android security patch.
Samsung has begun pushing out the June 2022 Android security patch update for both 5G and LTE variants of the Galaxy S20 FE, according to Sammobile. According to reports, the firmware version G780FXXU9DVE7 is currently available in Russia. The firmware version G781BXXU4FVE8 is also believed to be rolling out in the Baltic area, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Slovakia. The new Android security patch is expected to solve over 60 privacy and security problems while also improving stability.
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According to another tip from Sammobile, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is now receiving the Android security patch for June 2022. According to reports, the firmware version A526BXXS1CVE4 is currently accessible in Chile. Users of the Galaxy A52 5G in other markets are likely to receive the updated security patch in the coming days. The update is supposed to provide remedies for more than 66 privacy and security flaws, as well as bug fixes and better phone stability.
Samsung smartphones should receive the June 2022 Android security patch automatically. Eligible customers can manually upgrade their smartphones by going to Settings > Software update > Download and Install if they haven’t already.
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