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All three Galaxy S22 series phones launched with Android 12 and Samsung’s One UI 4.1 skin on top. Samsung guarantees four major Android OS updates to the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra, as well as five years of security updates for all devices.
Current stable version: Android 13
When will the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra get Android 14? December 2023 (Estimated)
Latest Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra update:
March 9, 2023: The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is now being updated with the March security software. The update carries firmware version S90xBXXU3CWBE and weighs around 350MB. Apart from improving the security of the S22 phones, it also brings some stability improvements as well as bug fixes.
To check if the update is available for your device, head to Settings > Software update and tap on Download and install.
Previous Samsung Galaxy S21 series updates:
February 13, 2023: The One UI 5.1 update, which first launched with the Galaxy S23 series, came to the Galaxy S22 line with firmware version S90xBXXU3CWAI. It weighed in at 2GB and brought features like Expert RAW integration, new widgets, and more.
December 13, 2022: The December 2022 security update has landed on the Galaxy S22 phones, SamMobile reported. The update has the firmware version S908EXXU2BVKM.
November 17, 2022: While the last update brought Android 13 to the Galaxy S22 series, this new update brings November’s security update (via SamMobile). Firmware version S901USQU2BVK1 fixes close to four dozen security issues.
October 31, 2022: Roughly a week after European users reported receiving the Android 13-based One UI 5 update, SamMobile reports that unlocked Galaxy S22 models in the US are receiving the update too. The update apparently has firmware version S90xU1UEU2BVJA and still offers the October 2022 security patch.
October 24, 2022: Redditors and Twitter users reported that the Galaxy S22 series is now receiving stable One UI 5 based on Android 13. The update reportedly bears firmware version S90xBXXU2BVJA and weighs in at just under 3GB.
Stay tuned to Tech Leaks for more updates on the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.ries with Snapdragon processors. According to SamMobile, the update brings firmware version S90xUSQU2AUC8 and includes the April 2022 security patch, camera improvements, and bug fixes.
Samsung is constantly pushing out updates to its flagship Galaxy S22 series, ensuring that users have the latest security patches and software improvements. In September 2022, Samsung reportedly pushed out the October security patch to the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra. The software carries firmware version S90XU1UES2AVI5.
Earlier in September, Samsung rolled out the One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy S22 series. The update was pushed to the carrier unlocked models of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra in the US. It came with firmware version S90xUSQU2AVHB.
In August 2022, Samsung announced a camera-focused update for the Galaxy S22 series. The update brings improved video stabilization, better night mode shots, support for the 3x telephoto camera when using Hyperlapse mode, improved HDR, and more. The update has firmware versions S901NKSU2AVHB, S906NKSU2AVHB, and S906NKSU2AVHB.
In July 2022, the Galaxy S22 phones reportedly received the July 2022 security patch in the US. This update apparently bore firmware version S908USQU2AVF7 and S908U1UEU2AVF7 for locked and unlocked devices respectively. The Galaxy S22 series also got the July 2022 security update with firmware version number S90xEXXU2AVF9 in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.
Samsung is also pushing out updates for the Galaxy S22 series that include camera improvements, bug fixes, and other software improvements. In April 2022, Samsung rolled out the May 2022 Android security patch to the Galaxy S22 series, and in September 2022, Samsung reportedly pushed out the October security patch to the Galaxy S22 series.
Overall, Samsung is committed to providing its users with the latest software updates and security patches for the Galaxy S22 series. With these updates, users can enjoy improved performance, new features, and enhanced security.Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Receives Multiple Updates in 2022
Samsung has been busy pushing out updates for its Galaxy S22 series phones in 2022. Here are the latest updates:
April 28, 2022: Samsung has released an update for the Exynos-powered S22 series phones, according to Samsung’s Korean community forums (via Tizen Help). The update has the firmware version number S90xNKSS1AVDC, S90xNOKR1AVDC, or S90xNKSU1AVD8 and weighs in at around 636MB.
April 20, 2022: Samsung has pushed out an update to Exynos-powered S22 series phones, according to users on Reddit and Samsung’s European community forum. The update has the firmware version number S90xBXXU1AVDA or S90xBOXM1AVDA and weighs in at around 485MB. The update also comes with the April 2022 security patch.
April 4, 2022: Samsung delivered an update for the Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S22 series (firmware version S90xEXXU1AVCJ). This weighed in at 1.5GB and brought the April 2022 security patch as well. The update hit Exynos phones a few days before.
March 14, 2022: Samsung is now pushing out a hotfix for the game throttling issue on the Galaxy S22 series. The latest software carries firmware version S90xxXXu1AVC6 for the Galaxy S22 models with the Exynos 2200 processor.
February 24, 2022: Samsung pushed out a Day 1 update to the Galaxy S22 series. The firmware version for the update is S90xEXXU1AVB3. Samsung said it fixes over 60 security and vulnerability issues.
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