Samsung usually starts rolling out new monthly patches a week or so early, but the July 2022 security patch is making its debut precisely on July 1. It is now being distributed in South Korea for the Galaxy A32.
The modest Galaxy A32 is the first Samsung phone to boast the latest July 2022 security patch, but it’s so fresh out of the oven that Samsung hasn’t even published the changelog yet.
The update is rolling out in South Korea for the Galaxy A32 carrying model number SM-A325N, As usual, it should reach more markets soon. Customers in Korea can identify the new update by firmware version A325NKSU1BVF2.
Galaxy A32 customers in markets where the update is (and will be) available can download the firmware via the notification once it arrives or by opening the Settings app on the phone, navigating to “Software update,” and tapping “Download and install.”
SamMobile readers can also keep an eye on our firmware page, where official Samsung update files are available for download. The July 2022 firmware files for the SM-A325N are missing as of this writing, but they should be added momentarily, so stay tuned and keep checking our firmware page regularly.
Update: the July 2022 firmware files for the Galaxy A32 (SM-A325N) are now available on our website.
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