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Samsung, December security patches arrive: starting with the Spotify: Galaxy S22

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In Europe we are not starting from the current top of the range, the Galaxy S22, but we are starting from the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra which are receiving the firmware G98xBXXSFGVK

A few days later than usual, probably also due to the updates to Android 13 with OneUI 5.0 that are continuing to arrive on most of its devices, Samsung has started releasing the security updates for the month of December 2022. 7.

According to the Sammobile website, the update is currently available in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South-Eastern Europe, Spain, Switzerland, Baltic region, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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The December 2022 security patch, according to the “Security Update” section of Samsung’s official website, include fixes for 67 vulnerabilities found, in general, in Android smartphones over and for 26 vulnerabilities found more specifically in Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones and tablets.

Of these, five have been marked as “critical”, while another 63 were defined as “high priority”. The remaining 12 vulnerabilities on the list are marked as “moderate” instead. At the moment, there are no details of the vulnerabilities but only of the acronyms. Likely, as usual, in the next few days Samsung will release a bulletin with more information.

The update changelog also reports improvements to privacy and device security as well as general performance optimization. As usual, to check for the presence of the update file, just go to the system settings under “Software update”


  • Galaxy S20: G98xBXXSFGVK7, 06/12

  • Galaxy S20 Plus: G98xBXXSFGVK7, 06/12

  • Galaxy S20 Ultra: G98xBXXSFGVK7, 06/12

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