Samsung Galaxy S21 series receives security update October 2021

Samsung Galaxy S21 series receives security update October 2021

Users of the Samsung Galaxy S21 can already install the October security patch. The update is already available, but it will have to wait until next Monday for explanation from Google that discusses the resolved vulnerabilities.

Samsung Security Patch October 2021

Samsung was already the first in line of all manufacturers to roll out the Android security update to its phones. The Galaxy S21, the S21 Plus and S21 Ultra bite the bullet this time. At the moment, the update is already being rolled out in Germany, but we expect it to arrive soon in the Netherlands and Belgium, and with more phones from the manufacturer.

This update has the firmware version ‘G991BXXU3AUIE’ and it comes with the October 2021 security patch. We expect a word from Google on Monday evening, October 4, because then the Android developers will discuss which security problems have been fixed.

Samsung Galaxy S21 series receives security update October 2021

A few weeks ago, the S21 devices received a larger update that updated the devices to One UI 3.1.1. It is the last major update for the software shell, because internally Samsung is now fully working on One UI 4.0. In other countries, users can test the new software version based on Android 12. The South Korean brand has already made known on which two points the focus is.

Install security update

Want to see if the OTA update arrives on your Galaxy phone? Then you can check whether the update is already available for download for your device. You do that through Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. Are you getting the update on your S21 or another Samsung phone? Let us know in the comments below this article.

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– Thanks for information from Androidworld.

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