Samsung pushed a new firmware update for the Galaxy Note 20 series users that install the November 2022 security patch in Europe, with users in Switzerland being the first to get the update. The latest update improves the performance of the phone and also fixes some unwanted issues.
It’s worth mentioning that the November 2022 Patch is the first software update after Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra devices received the major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update a few weeks ago.
Samsung’s November 2022 security update for the Galaxy Note 20 doesn’t bring any new features. However, it significantly enhances the security and privacy of your phone by fixing dozens of vulnerabilities and risks.
Apart from that, security patches also help protect your phone from bugs and viruses and reduce issues like crashes, lags, freezes, and more. You can identify new software updates on your Note 20 by the One UI builds ending in GVK1.
How to download:
First, go to your device’s System Settings, and when you’re done, scroll down and tap the “Software Update” tab, then the “Download and Install” button.