Firmware

Galaxy A20e, Galaxy A41 get June 2020 security patch with new update

The June 2020 security patch has been out for nearly a couple of weeks. Throughout this time, Samsung updated numerous Galaxy devices from budget to flagships and foldable phones. Circling all the way back to the lower-end segment, Samsung’s latest update to hit the waves brings the June 2020 security patch to both the Galaxy A20e and the relatively fresh Galaxy A41.

The new update doesn’t include any new features aside from the latest security patch level but that’s to be expected. The Galaxy A20e got updated to Android 10 and One UI 2.0 two months ago so it will take some time before another major release arrives. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A41 was first released in May, so this is essentially its first firmware update.

Speaking of, the latest updates for the budget Galaxy duo carry firmware versions A202FXXU3BTE2 and A415FXXU1ATE5. Samsung is now releasing the update for the Galaxy A20e in various European countries, while the Galaxy A41 rollout is presently taking place in Russia. Availability will expand in the coming days.

You can try to install the latest update on the Galaxy A20e or Galaxy A41 by tapping the notification when it arrives or by opening Settings, accessing Software update, and tapping Download and install. As always, you can also check SamMobile’s firmware archive where you can verify if the update is available for your phone in your region. You can check these links to download the latest firmware for the SM-A202F and/or SM-A415F. Once done, you can install the firmware on your device using a Windows PC.

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