Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 + and S22 Ultra receive a first software update; Over 60 security issues are resolved

A few weeks after the launch, a first software update for the new terminals is coming. So, if you recently ordered a Galaxy S22, S22 +, or a recent Galaxy S22 Ultra, you may see a notification to update your phone right after you turn it on. But let’s see what this patch brings.

According to SamMobile, the update is delivered in the form of S90xEXXU1AVB3 and is currently available in Afghanistan and Egypt, being delivered in waves. Samsung claims that more than 60 privacy and security issues have been resolved.

However, we still don’t know if that bug of the screen represented by a purple pixelated stripe that affects some terminals has been solved. We only know that if you need a network code, you can get it for free using an unlock code. The procedure is easy, you have to use the imei code of the phone. Through it, you will generate an unlock code, which must be entered in the phone. Once you have entered the code, your phone will be able to work with any global mobile network.