Galaxy S22 is the first to receive the October 2022 security update

Galaxy S22
Source: CNET

For once, Samsung has jumped ahead of the competition by releasing the October security update first for the Galaxy S22. This is being released in the United States and should be available in other countries soon. We’ll show you how to get it.

By obtaining Android 13 first, the OnePlus 10 Pro undercut the Galaxy S22? But don’t worry, Samsung’s smartphone is catching up by providing the security update ahead of everyone else. Some would think that is a not a big thing, but considering the very serious security issues that have affected smartphones in recent months, including the ones we reported earlier, it is preferable to be glad to be able to secure ourselves to the greatest extent possible.

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As a result, many American users received the security update a few days before October. It’s worth noting that not all providers offer it over the air yet, so we’ll have to wait a few more days before seeing it on other side of the world. The update is available for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The October security update is coming to the Galaxy S22

Galaxy S22

As is customary, the update addresses multiple security weaknesses as well as several user-reported defects. According to Samsung, this new version also increases personal data privacy, as well as the reliability and overall performance of the smartphone. As with the others, we strongly recommend that you install it as soon as possible.

Nothing could be easier. Simply go to Settings on your smartphone, then Software Update. To confirm that the update is available, click Download and Install. If this is the case, the identifying number S90XU1UES2AVI5 will show. All you need to do is download and install it to get the best threat protection. For, users in other countries, just wait for some days and make the same procedure.

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