Samsung is spreading the September 2023 update to more devices. The Galaxy A52 and Galaxy Xcover 5 are two of the latest phones to get this month's security patch. Here's everything you need to know.
The Galaxy A52 (SM-A526W) is getting the September 2023 security patch in Canada. The update carries firmware version A526WVLSAEWH1 and is rolling out for the Galaxy A52 across numerous networks, including Bell Mobile, SaskTel, Virgin Mobile, Tbaytel, Videotron, EastLink, Telus, Cahatr Mobile, Fido, Koodo, Globalive, and Rogers.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Xcover 5 (SM-G525F) is getting the September 2023 update in a few countries in North and South America, namely Mexico, Guatemala, and Argentina. The update for the rugged Galaxy Xcover 5 can be identified by firmware version G525FXXS8CWH3.
Both the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy Xcover 5 run Android 13 and One UI 5, and these new updates merely consist of routine security patches.
Users in eligible markets should be able to download the September 2023 update for the Galaxy A52 and Xcover 5 via the Settings app on their phones by navigating to “Software update” and tapping “Download and install.” Meanwhile, users who prefer updating their phones manually using their PCs can download the official firmware files from our website.
Samsung detailed the September 2023 security update's changelog last week. According to the company, the update fixes 62 security vulnerabilities affecting Google software and Samsung apps and hardware.