One UI 5.1 update rolling out to Galaxy F22, F23, M23, and Tab A7 Lite

Samsung has started pushing the new One UI 5.1 upgrade to three more phones as well as one tablet. The new phones getting the latest software are the Galaxy F22, Galaxy F23 5G, Galaxy M23 5G, and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. Obviously, the software is rolling out with a number of new features and enhancements.

At the time of writing, the new upgrade is rolling in Asian markets for Galaxy F22 and Galaxy F23 5G. Samsung is pushing the new software to the F22 with the E225FXXS5CWB2 version number, whereas, the F23 picks up One UI 5.1 with the E236BXXU2CWC1 build number. The Galaxy M23 5G receives the new software with the M236BXXU2CWC1 firmware version.

If you own the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, then your tablet will receive the new software with the T225XXU2CWB3 build number. For the time being, the upgrade is available in India and a broader rollout should follow soon.

One UI 5.1 is a major upgrade, it requires a big chunk of data for downloading, so make sure you have enough data on your phone. All of these devices are receiving the new software with February 2023 monthly security patch.

Moving to the changes then, One UI 5.1 upgrade comes with a bunch of new features including Improved Multitasking in DeX mode, a new battery widget for the home screen, support for family sharing album in the Gallery app, quick access to the Expert RAW camera app, improved AR emojis and AR zone, enhancements for stock apps, collaborating in Samsung Notes, Samsung Internet, and more.

You can head over to this page to see the complete changelog of theĀ One UI 5.1 update.

If you own any of the four Galaxy devices and want to update your phone to One UI 5.1, then you can navigate to Settings > Software Upgrade > Download and Install, to check the new updates. At the time of writing, the update is in a rolling phase and will be available to everyone in the coming days, so you can wait for a few days to receive the OTA notification on your device.

Before upgrading your phone make sure to backup your data and charge your phone to at least 50%. If you are in a hurry, then you can manually sideload the firmware on your phone, if you know the process. Whether you want to update your phone through OTA or want to sideload the firmware, check out this story for more information about updating Galaxy phones to the new update.

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By Haneet Singh

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