The wait is over, Samsung has now pushed out the June 2022 security patch update for the carrier-locked devices. Earlier, the international variants Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra grabbed this opportunity.
Samsung Galaxy S20 users with the carrier locked device have started receiving the June 2022 security patch with the firmware version G98xUSQU2FVF1. It fixes 66 privacy and security vulnerabilities. It also includes general bug fixes and device stability improvements.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Key Specifications:
- RAM: 8 GB RAM
- Storage: 128 GB
- Upto: 1 TB
- Screen: 15.75 cm (6.2 inch) Quad HD+ Display
- Rear Camera: 64MP + 12MP + 12MP
- Front Camera: 10MP
- Battery: 4000 mAh Lithium-ion
- Processor: Exynos 990
- Super AMOLED Display
Samsung Galaxy Carrier-locked S20 Update Method:
If you need to install the latest update then you can go to the System Settings » Software update and tap on Download and install. You can also download the latest firmware file from our database and flash it manually.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Top Tips:
Turn off the Bixby button
The Samsung Galaxy S20 phones don’t have a Bixby button. To change this, go to the System Settings and click on the ‘Advanced features’. The first entry is ‘Side key’, where you will get the complete info.
Customize your Edge panels
If you want to customize the Edge panels, Swipe in from the top-right of the screen to open the Edge Screen, which by default gives you shortcuts to a few apps.
Tap the gear icon in the bottom left to find options for even more tools you can add-in
You’ll find it by default in the Quick panel that you access by swiping down from the top of the screen. Swipe to the second screen of buttons to find Quick Share and turn it on, or hold down on the icon to access its settings: simply deciding whether or not people other than your contacts can share files with you, and changing the name your device will appear with.
Music Sharing is most useful in a car or with other speakers that are a pain to pair to, as it means that friends and family can quickly connect to your phone rather than going through the bother of pairing to the speaker themselves. As with Quick Share though, they need a compatible Samsung Galaxy phone, and you’ll also both need to leave Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on.
All of the S20 phones have impressive cameras, but you might not realise that you can get more out of them with a few shortcuts from within the camera app.
Hold and pull down towards the bottom of the screen and it will instead quickly capture a load of photos to create a GIF, while if you hold and drag elsewhere you’ll create a second floating shutter button that you can position wherever is most convenient.