One UI 4.1.1 update is now rolling out for Galaxy S22 Series

Along with Android 13 based One UI 5 beta testing, Samsung is also working on incremental updates for Galaxy devices. The OEM is continuously rolling out incremental updates. One UI 4.1.1 is now available for Samsung Galaxy S22 series for users who are on stable Android 12 build.

The latest One UI 4.1.1 is currently rolling out for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra in the US. It may come to other regions soon. It is based on the Android 12 and not the Android 12L which recently rolled out for Galaxy Tab S8. The new One UI update is available for unlocked variants as well as some carrier locked models.

Talking about the software information, the One UI 4.1.1 update comes with firmware version S90xUSQU2AVHB in the US. It might vary for other regions. It is a small incremental update that comes with a couple of new features. The new feature includes the ability to rename file names shared via Private Share. Smart View is also improved with the new update on Galaxy S22 series. Smart View’s Multi View feature now shows multiple options.

The update brings the changes mentioned above. However, the update changelog only shows security improvements and stability to various functions. You can check the changelog below.

• Overall stability of functions improved.
• The security of your device has been improved.

The update has the August 2022 Android Security Patch level. As you know Samsung already began the Android 13 open beta testing on Galaxy S22 series. This means you don’t need to wait longer to experience stable Android 13.

Samsung Galaxy S22 new update is rolling out in batches. So some users will get the update early while some users might have to wait a little longer. You can check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software Update. If the update is not available then you can check again after a few days. Also, you can install the update manually using firmware, but it is only recommended to users aware of the flashing process.

Before you update to the latest version, make sure to take a full backup of your phone and charge it to at least 50%.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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