Samsung has started rolling out the August 2022 security patch update for the Galaxy S10 series users. The latest firmware is now live with various enhancements to improve your experience and is available for users in more than six countries.
The South Korean tech giant has already rolled the August 2022 firmware update to its top-range devices such as the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, and the Galaxy S20 series and now the S10 has also joined the party. The August 2022 security for the Galaxy S10 series is currently rolling out in several European countries and regions, including Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Poland, Switzerland, and the Nordic.
The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e are all models in this series that have been included in this update by the manufacturer. The software is currently available with the fresh build G97xFXXSGHVH2, and installation is advised as soon as possible.
(Galaxy S10 series August 2022 Security Patch)
For the latest news, join us on our telegram channel: link below
Samsung Galaxy S10 series August 2022 update changelog:
The August 2022 firmware update contains no new changes, but the improvements are more than enough for users. The August 2022 patch addresses dozens of security flaws in the Galaxy S10 series. Furthermore, it addresses MAC address leak issues, vulnerabilities in Samsung DeX and Knox, and improper access control security buds, among other things. General bug fixes and stability improvements may also be included in the update.
How to install the August 2022 patch?
By going to Settings » Software update and selecting “Download and install,” the Galaxy S10 series users can install the newest software update.
To recall, Samsung introduced its Galaxy S10 series in 2019 with software based on Android 9. The One UI 2 update for Android 10 was applied to the devices in early 2020, the One UI 3 update for Android 11 was applied in 2021, and the One UI 4 update for Android 12 was applied earlier this year.
For the more latest news, you can follow us on!
2. Google News.