More than 20 Samsung devices have already received the Feb 2022 security patches

More than 20 Samsung devices have already received the Feb 2022 security patches

Samsung has been doing an excellent job of keeping its devices up to date with the latest security patches. The company started rolling out the Android security patches for February 2022 to its devices towards the end of last month, and the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy A50s were the first devices to receive the February 2022 patches. Over the last few weeks, Samsung has released One UI updates with the latest security patches to a bunch of other devices. Here’s a quick rundown of all the Galaxy devices that have received the February 2022 patches so far.

Samsung Galaxy S series

As you’d expect, Samsung has already rolled out the February 2022 security patches to many of its flagship Galaxy S series devices, including the entire Galaxy S21 lineup, the Galaxy S20 lineup, the Galaxy S20 FE, and the Galaxy S21 FE. In addition, the Galaxy S10 lineup and the Galaxy S10 Lite have also received the update. You can find more details about the security updates for these devices in the section below:

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  • Galaxy S21 series (Exynos: SM-G99xB, Snapdragon: SM-G99xU1)
    • Firmware versions: G99xBXXS4BVA8 (Exynos), G99xU1UES5BVA6 (Snapdragon)
    • Changelog: Exynos, Snapdragon
    • Region: Asia, Africa, USA
  • Galaxy S21 FE (SM-G990U and SM-G990U1)
    • Firmware versions: G990USQS2BVA4 (US carrier locked), G990U1UES2BVA3 (US unlocked)
    • Changelog: Carrier locked, Unlocked
    • Region: USA
  • Galaxy S20 series (Exynos 4G: SM-G98xF, Exynos 5G: SM-G98xB, Snapdragon: SM-G98xU)
    • Firmware versions: G98xxXXUDEVA9 (Exynos), G98xUSQS2EVB3 (Snapdragon)
    • Changelog: Exynos, Snapdragon
    • Region: Europe, USA
  • Galaxy S20 FE 4G (SM-G780F)
    • Firmware version: G780FXXU8DVB2
    • Changelog 
    • Region: Europe
  • Galaxy S20 FE 5G (SM-G781U and SM-G781U1)
    • Firmware versions: G781USQS6EVB1 (US carrier locked), G781U1UES6EVB1 (US carrier unlocked)
    • Changelog
    • Region: USA
  • Galaxy S10 series (Exynos 4G: SM-G97xF, Exynos 5G: SM-G977B)
    • Firmware version: G97xxXXSEGVA9
    • Changelog
    • Region: Europe
  • Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770F)
    • Firmware version: G770FXXS6FVA2
    • Changelog
    • Region: Europe

Samsung Galaxy Z series

Along with the Galaxy S series devices mentioned above, Samsung has also released One UI 4 updates with the February 2022 security patches for most of its Galaxy Z series devices. These include the original Galaxy Fold 4G and Galaxy Fold 5G, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Galaxy Z Fold 3, along with all three Galaxy Z Flip variants. You can find more details about the security updates for these devices in the section below:

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 (Global: SM-F926B, US carrier variant: SM-F926U, Canada: SM-F926W)
    • Firmware versions: F926BXXS1BVAA (Global),  F926USQS1BVAA (US carrier variant), F926WVLU1BVA9 (Canada)
    • Changelog: Global, US carrier variant, Canada
    • Region: South America, USA, Canada
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 (Global: SM-F916B, US carrier locked: SM-F916U, US unlocked: SM-F916U1)
    • Firmware versions: F916BXXS2FVB1 (Global), F916USQU2FVAB (US carrier locked), F916U1UEU2FVAB (US unlocked)
    • Changelog: Global, US carrier locked, US unlocked
    • Region: Europe, USA
  • Galaxy Fold 5G (SM-F907B)
    • Firmware version: F907BXXS6GVA1
    • Changelog
    • Regions: Europe
  • Galaxy Fold 4G (SM-F900F)
    • Firmware version: F900FXXS6GVA1
    • Changelog
    • Region: Asia, Europe
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 (SM-F711B)
    • Firmware versions: F711BXXU2BVA9 (Europe), F711BXXS2BVAA (Latin America)
    • Changelog
    • Region: Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G (SM-F707B and SM-F707U)
    • Firmware versions: F707BXXS6FVAA, F707USQS2EVB1
    • Changelog: F707B, F707U 
    • Region: Europe, USA, Oceania
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4G (SM-F700F)
    • Firmware version: F700FXXS8FVA2
    • Changelog
    • Region: Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America

Samsung Galaxy Note series

Samsung started the February 2022 patch rollout with the Galaxy Note 20 and the company has since released the patches to the Galaxy Note 10 series and the Galaxy Note 9 as well. You can find more details about the security updates for these devices in the section below:

  • Galaxy Note 10 series (Exynos 4G: SM-N97xF, Exynos 5G: SM-N976B, Snapdragon: SM-N97xU)
    • Firmware versions: N97xxXXS7GVB1 (Exynos), N97xUSQS7GVA1 (Snapdragon)
    • Changelog
    • Region: Europe, USA
  • Galaxy Note 9 (US carrier locked: SM-N960U, US unlocked: SM-N960U1)
    • Firmware versions: N960USQS9FVB1 (US carrier locked), N960USQS9FVB2 (US carrier locked Spectrum Mobile Charter), N960U1UES9FVB1 (US unlocked)
    • Changelog: US carrier locked, US unlocked
    • Region: USA

Samsung Galaxy A series

Samsung has released the February 2022 security patches for four Galaxy A series devices so far. Along with the Galaxy A50s, Samsung has rolled out the latest security patches to the Galaxy A32 5G, the Galaxy A51 4G, and the Galaxy A52 4G. You can find more details about the security updates for these devices in the section below:

  • Galaxy A52 4G (SM-A525F)
    • Firmware version: A525FXXU4BVB3
    • Changelog
    • Region: Asia, Africa
  • Galaxy A51 4G (SM-A515F)
    • Firmware version: A515FXXS5EVA1
    • Changelog
    • Region: Latin America
  • Galaxy A32 4G (SM-A325F)
    • Firmware version: A325FXXU2AVB1
    • Changelog
    • Region: Asia, Europe

Along with the devices mentioned above, Samsung has also rolled out the February 2022 security patches to the Galaxy M31 (SM-M315F). The software update featuring the security patches (firmware version M315FXXS2BVB1) is rolling out to users in Latin America, and it should reach other regions in the coming weeks. Lastly, Galaxy Tab S6 4G (SM-T865) users in Germany have also started receiving the latest security update (firmware version T865XXU5CVB1).

Have you received the February 2022 security patches on your Samsung Galaxy device? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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