Samsung Galaxy S10 receives October 2021 security patch

After the release of December 2021 security patches for Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Samsung is now making it available to international variants of the Galaxy S10 through a firmware update. The update is currently rolling out to Galaxy S10 users in some markets in Europe, but we expect it to be available in other regions of the world soon.

As for what’s new in firmware update G97xFXXSEFUL1, alongside the December patch, the update may also include device stability improvements and general bug fixes.

Samsung will roll out the latest security patch to all of its supported Galaxy smartphones in the coming days, including low-end, mid-range, and high-end devices. Samsung is currently beta testing One UI 4.0 update with the S10 and some other Galaxy handsets and the stable version is expected later this month or early January.

Meanwhile, Galaxy S10 users in Europe can manually check for the update by navigating to Settings > Software Update.

via SamMobile Samsung Galaxy S10 receives October 2021 security patch


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