Two-Year-Old Unlocked Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Gets Android 13 Update in The US

Galaxy A52 Android 13 Update

Samsung is one of the Smartphone companies that is very much committed to refreshing the software of old smartphones. Since the launch of Android 13, Samsung’s software department has been really busy. Trying to make sure the software reaches all eligible devices in all corners of the globe.

Samsung Released the Android 13 Update for Galaxy A52 Two Months Ago Galaxy A52 Android 13 Update

Samsung officially released the Android 13 for its old Galaxy A52 midrange smartphone two months ago. However, this update was only limited to the locked version of the A52 5G. The South Korean tech giant released the Android 13 to the locked devices in the United States and Europe.

Finally, the software update comes to the unlocked Galaxy A52 5G devices in the US. The Android 13 which is based on Samsung’s One UI 5.0 comes in a software version A526U1UEU7DWA2. Currently, the software update is rolling out on all carriers in the United States. They include AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular South, Comcast, Cricket, C-Spire, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. It is the system update that is currently rolling out. Users may have to wait a little more for the January Security patch. For now, December security patch is the latest security patch available to the Galaxy A52 5G. Galaxy A52 Android 13 Update

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On this note, users of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G unlocked versions in the US may get an OTA update. If you are in this region and have not seen the notification yet, you may have to check it manually in the settings. Follow these simple steps to update your device now.  Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install.

You Can Manually Update the Samsung Galaxy A52 to Android 13

Another way of downloading and installing also has to do with performing a manual flash. You have to know how to do this before proceeding else, you may end up damaging your device. You first have to download the firmware from this link. If you have a flash box, you can use it. Else, you may have to use the popular Odin application to flash it.

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