Yesterday, Samsung released the September 2022 security update to the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra in Europe. However, the company seems to have paused the rollout of the new security update to some of those devices.
The new software update with firmware version S90xBXXS2AVHD, which was rolling out to the Galaxy S22 and the Galaxy S22+, is no longer available on Samsung’s servers. We don’t know why the company has pulled the update, but if we were to guess, it might have had a few bugs.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s new update, which has firmware version S908BXXU2AVI3, is still live, at least in Europe. The new update is yet to go live for the Galaxy S22 series in other parts of the world. We will update the article when information about the paused update is revealed.
The September 2022 security update was first released to the Galaxy S21 series. It was also released to the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S20 FE 5G, and the Galaxy A52s 5G. The new security patch fixes over two dozen vulnerabilities found in Galaxy smartphones and tablets.