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    Samsung One UI 3.1.1 (Android 11) update released for these Galaxy devices

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    There is no One UI 3.5 this time, instead, Samsung is rolling out One UI 3.1.1 update for its eligible Galaxy devices. This is the last iteration of One UI 3 before we get to see the One UI 4.0.

    This update is hard to find on any smartphone or tablet as the settings do not update the version number, which remains One UI 3.1. And there’ nothing like changing the version, it’s not something that the users should be excited about.

    The One UI 3.1.1 does not carry any big features likewise the previous year’s One UI 2.5, which brought Samsung DeX support. Users have to get satisfied with normal tweaks in the UI and improvements in some of the features.

    This is where you’ll find all the Samsung devices getting One UI 3.1.1 update. We will regularly update these articles as soon as the new One UI version expands to more devices.

    One UI 3.1.1 update

    Samsung devices received One UI 3.1.1 update so far

    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE
    • Samsung Galaxy F41
    • Samsung Galaxy S21
    • Samsung Galaxy S21+
    • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
    • Samsung Galaxy S20
    • Samsung Galaxy S20+
    • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 20
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
    • Samsung Galaxy S10
    • Samsung Galaxy S10+
    • Samsung Galaxy S10e
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
    • Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G
    • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold

    Latest One UI 3.1.1 update

    [September 19, 2021: Galaxy Tab S7 lineup]

    Samsung releases the brand new features of One UI 3.1.1 for the Galaxy Tab S7 series, which includes Galaxy Tab S7, Tab S7+, and Tab S7 FE. This firmware also brings the latest September 2021 security patch for improved system security and device stability. Know more here

    [September 15, 2021: Galaxy F41]

    Samsung released the September 2021 security update for Galaxy F41 devices in India. This update which can be identified with the version number F415FXXU1BUH7 also includes the latest features of One UI 3.1.1. It comes with a download size of 960.16MB and currently rolling out in a staged manner.

    [September 07, 2021: Galaxy Z Fold]

    Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, the original foldable phone of Samsung has begun receiving a new software update bringing in the latest September 2021 security patch along with all new features of One UI 3.1.1.

    This update is identified with the version number F907NK0U3FUHB and carries an update size of 936.98MB. It has initially begun rolling out and will soon expand to all the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 5G devices.

    Although it is spotted in Korea and some European markets, the users who own this handset can now check for this update manually from their device’s Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.

    [August 31, 2021: Galaxy Z Flip 5G]

    The Galaxy Z Flip 5G (Galaxy Z Flip 2) becomes another Galaxy device to get the One UI 3.1.1 update along with September 2021 security patch. This update is identified with the version F707BXXU5EUH4 

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    in Europe and F707NKSU2DUH4 in South Korea.

    This software update is currently releasing in limited markets and it will soon expand to all the eligible devices around the world.

    [August 31, 2021: Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Fold, and Galaxy Z Flip]

    Samsung is rolling out the features of One UI 3.1.1 for its couple of old foldable phones including Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Fold, and Galaxy Z Flip. This update is been initially released and will soon cover all the eligible devices in the coming days.

    [August 31, 2021: Galaxy A52 5G] 

    Samsung released One UI 3.1.1 update for Galaxy A52 5G smartphones. This software update brings some improvements and minor changes to the UI. It is identified with version A526BXXU1AUH5 and comes with almost 800MB of download size.

    The update is rolling out in batches and may take time to cover all the eligible devices. Meanwhile, you can check for the update in the Settings >> Software updates >> if found, then click Download and install.

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