Samsung July 2022 update rolling out on Galaxy phones

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Samsung July 2022 update rolling out on Galaxy phones

In recent years, Samsung has become known for timely updating its wide range of Android devices – from budget phones to luxury foldables – to the latest security update. Here’s every phone and tablet that Samsung has updated with the July 2022 security patch.

Samsung July 2022 security update – what’s new

To ensure customers whose devices are affected by security vulnerabilities, Samsung only releases its patch notes for each monthly update once some phones have received it. Similarly, Google hasn’t shared what’s included in the base version of Android of this month’s update, as that information isn’t typically released until Pixel phones receive the update.

Most security updates contain a few dozen security fixes, both for Android in general and a few specific to Samsung phones. We’ll be watching closely for Samsung releasing these patch notes in the coming days.

Devices with Samsung July 2022 security update

While Samsung usually releases its latest security update before the start of the new month, this latest patch was only released on July 1st. Because of this, things seem to be a bit slower this month, but we’ll be constantly updating the list over the coming weeks.

This list provides an indication of where the update first debuted and whether it’s also available in the United States. The new additions are marked in bold as usual.

Galaxy S series

Given the popularity and level of customer investment in the Galaxy S series, it’s no surprise that Samsung often prioritizes the flagship series when releasing a new security update. Every month, Galaxy S phones, which are years old, get the latest security improvements fairly quickly, although given the Exynos and Snapdragon variants, extra work is needed.

As you might expect, the first Galaxy S phones to receive this month’s update were the latest, the Galaxy S22 series, on July 4th. The Galaxy S21 series was close behind and was updated the same day.

  • Galaxy S22 / S22+ / S22 Ultra – S90xBXXU2AVF5 (first released in Europe and Asia)
  • Galaxy S21 / S21+ / S21 Ultra – G99xBXXS5CVFB (first released in Germany)

Galaxy Note series

For many years, Samsung was one of the main manufacturers of Android smartphones with stylus thanks to the Galaxy Note series. Even though the Galaxy Note series ended after the Note 20 – with the Galaxy S22 Ultra being significantly more successful – those who haven’t swapped out the phone should still see fairly regular updates.

So far, the Galaxy Note 20 is the only device in the series to receive the July security update (and even then only the 5G model), but that should steadily change as the month progresses.

  • Galaxy Note 20 5G – N981BXXS4FVG1 (First released in Portugal)

Galaxy A series and budget phones

In addition to the many high-end flagship and foldable phones that Samsung makes, the Korean phone giant also has a bevy of cheaper devices on offer. These range from the mid-range Galaxy A series, the budget Galaxy M series, and Flipkart’s exclusive Galaxy F series.

The month started on an odd note as Samsung unveiled the July 2022 security patch on the Galaxy A32 on July 1st. A few days later, the Galaxy A23 followed, which received its update on July 4th.

  • Galaxy A32 – A325NKSU1BVF2 (First released in Korea)
  • Galaxy A23 – A235FXXU1AVF3 (first released in Germany)

How to search for the latest OTA on your Galaxy device

If your device claims to have already been updated, but the patch hasn’t arrived for you personally, you can try to update manually. Just open the Settings app, tap Software Update, and choose Download and Install.

This article was first published on July 5th and last updated on July 5th.

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