Samsung exapnding April 2022 security update for Galaxy S20 5G users in Brazil

Samsung expanding its April 2022 security patch update for the users using the Galaxy S20 series smartphones in Brazil. The update enhances the security and stability of your device in order to bring fixes.

Stay tuned via SFCNation Telegram

Moving on, Samsung Galaxy S20 April 2022 update holds the following One UI build version in India:

  • Galaxy S20 – G980FXXSDFVC9
  • Galaxy S20+ – G985FXXSDFVC9
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra – G988FXXSDFVC

April 29, 2022

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra smartphone users receiving a new software update in India that mainly installs the April 2022 Android security patch. It enhances the security of your phone and provides you with seamless performance.

Moving on, Samsung Galaxy S20 April 2022 update holds the following One UI build version in India:

  • Galaxy S20: G981BXXSDFVC9
  • Galaxy S20+: G986BXXSDFVC9
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra: G988BXXSDFVC9

The latest April 2022 security update comes with fixes for 88 privacy and security-related vulnerabilities and exploits from Google and Samsung. These include 27 high and 18 moderate levels of CVEs that are related to One UI Home, Samsung Dex, Storage Manager, and others.


Besides these, there’s nothing that the latest update comes with. You might notice some minor changes and improvements after having hands-on on this update.

Earlier, the corresponding device owners received the One UI 4.1 (Android 12) update. It brought revamped color palette, customizable RAM Plus, powerful privacy settings, Galaxy S22-inspired camera features, a Grammarly-powered keyboard as well as the ability to turn off Game Optimization Services.

As soon as your Galaxy S20 gets the update, it will notify you. In case you want to check it manually, enter the Settings of your smartphone. Now tap on Software update and then the Download and install option.

If the update is available and you want to install it, click Download now, and once downloaded install it on your phone. Finally, the phone will reboot and start initial app optimizations.