Samsung released the December 2022 security update for the first time yesterday, with the Galaxy S20 series being the first to receive it. The new security patch for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has now begun to be distributed in the United States by the South Korean company.
The most recent software update for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is firmware version F936U1UEU1BVKB, and it is approximately 404MB in size. The upgrade is presently being rolled out on AT&T’s network in the United States. This update will become available to other carrier networks in the coming days. The latest patch addresses 93 security vulnerabilities discovered in Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
If you have a carrier-unlocked Galaxy Z Fold 4 in the United States, you can now download the new security update by going to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install.
Android security patches are operating system updates that address security vulnerabilities. Google and other Android manufacturers deploy these patches on a regular basis to guarantee that devices remain secure. The fixes address a wide range of vulnerabilities, from bugs in the operating system to problems with specific apps. Android security patches typically offer performance enhancements and fix bugs in addition to fixing security issues. Finally, Samsung has released the December security patch for the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
To defend against these security vulnerabilities, it is critical that you install this patch to your device as soon as possible.
In recent years, Samsung has been delivering important Android updates at a rapid pace. The One UI 5/Android 13 updates were released in just a few months, compared to past release schedules that could take twice as long or longer. The One UI 5 upgrade was well-received, with greater interface fluidity being a noteworthy feature. The Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and previous Samsung flagship devices are expected to receive the updated security patch soon.