A few days ago, some Galaxy devices started receiving a new fingerprint firmware update from Samsung. Typically, the company offers new updates to various apps and features in addition to Galaxy smartphones.
While each new firmware update aims to enhance the use of this feature, the latest update to the fingerprint feature has now been detailed (officially?) in detail by a Samsung community moderator.
According to the information, the Samsung community moderator said that the Galaxy devices upgraded to the new One UI 4.1 version had experienced issues with fingerprint recognition and more.
Following the reports of consumers, the development department in charge of checking and fixing issues has developed and released a new update to Samsung Fingerprint (Biometrics and security) app for One UI 4.1 devices.
Although the Samsung mod. disclosed Fingerprint firmware development story, it’s still unclear which types of issues and bugs are getting fixed with it, meanwhile, it’s suggested that you should install it as soon as it arrives.
Announced back in March 2022, One UI 4.1 is the latest variant of Samsung’s custom Android 12 skin. Over its predecessor, the One UI 4.1 brings more new features as well as improvements to the existing ones.
Every major upgrade embeds new features and additions for Galaxy gadgets, however, it’s not a big or new concern if some functions or features occurs bug or issues as well as overall performance reduction.
Have you received the prompt to restart your Galaxy smartphone to install the new Fingerprint firmware update? Let us know your experience after installing the latest Biometrics security patch through the comments below.
Here is How to Update your Fingerprint:
- Open device Settings
- Tap Biometrics and security
- Now, hit the More biometrics settings option
- At last, tap the Biometrics security patch to begin the process of checking for updates
- Your device should fetch a new one, tap Restart to get it!