Samsung began its Android 12 game by releasing the first-ever One UI 4.0 Beta for the Galaxy S21 series installing a big list of features and changes. More Galaxy devices will be joining the beta program in the coming days.
At the same time, the South Korean tech giant is very well aware of delivering the latest security patches for the rest of the devices running older One UI versions. Following its streak security patch rollout, the carrier-locked Galaxy Z Fold 2 in the US has begun receiving the September 2021 security patch.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 locked on Sprint and T-Mobile networks in the United States are getting September 2021 update with version F916USQS2EUH7. Samsung claims that it’s September 2021 patch fixes more than 50 vulnerabilities.
Usually, the users receive notification via OTA but if not, then the Sprint/T-Mobile locked Galaxy Z Fold 2 owners in the US can check for the update manually. To check for new software update on Galaxy devices:
- Go to Settings
- Scroll down to Software update section
- Then click on Download and install
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2:
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was launched in 2020 as Samsung’s second-generation foldable device. It comes with features such as dual displays, a powerful processor, elegant looking design, and much more.
This device comes pre-equipped with the Android 10 based One UI 2.5. And the latest Samsung software update policy says that it should receive three years of Android upgrades until Android 13. Meanwhile, the users are waiting for the One UI 4 Android 12 update which could be coming anytime soon.