Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 10, and Galaxy S10 receives June 2022 security update
Samsung rapidly pushing the June 2022 security patch for its smartphones and tablets. Now, the company has started rolling out the same software update for the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy S10 trio.
The latest software update for these smartphones comes with the firmware versions N981USQU2FVEB, N970FXXS8HVE9, and G970FXXSFHVF1 respectively. The OTA brings June 2022 security patch with 66 vulnerabilities fixes and improves system stability.
The June 2022 security update includes fixes from Google for 39 high-priority vulnerabilities and 1 moderate-priority vulnerability fix and along with 47 Google bulletins, Samsung released 25 vulnerabilities found in its smartphones and tablets. Read more
The update is being rolled out in the US on T-Mobile for the Galaxy Note 20, for the Galaxy Note 10 in Switzerland, and for the Galaxy S10 in Europe at the moment, Samsung’s June 2022 update should arrive for other flagships and mid-rangers in more areas in the coming weeks.
If you have not received the update yet, you can manually check on your Galaxy handsets by heading to Settings > Software update. Users also have the option to grab the new release directly from Samsung’s Firmware Update Server (FUS) and flash it manually on their Galaxy device.