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Original Galaxy Z Flip gets the June 2022 security update

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Last updated: June 23rd, 2022 at 16:16 UTC+02:00

Samsung’s latest foldable phones have already received the June 2022 security patch, so the company is now turning its attention to the older models. As a result, the original Galaxy Z Flip is now the latest Samsung phone to receive the June update.

The original Galaxy Z — model number SM-F700F — is enjoying the latest firmware update in Europe. More specifically, the June 2022 security patch is rolling out in Italy and has firmware number F700FXXU8GVF3. The new security patch fixes issues concerning Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, the QR Code scanner, and more.

Judging by the firmware number, the update could also include other improvements aside from better security. However, Samsung hasn’t updated its firmware tracker yet, and in all fairness, the company’s changelogs are often borderline useless.

Back to the main topic, Galaxy Z Flip customers in Italy — and soon other markets — can download the new June 2022 firmware update when notified or by opening the Settings app on their Samsung phones, accessing “Software update,” and tapping “Download and install.”

Galaxy Z Flip users in eligible markets can also obtain the latest firmware by downloading the files from our website and installing the update manually using a PC.

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