[U: Time for LTE Model] Samsung Galaxy A14 5G starts getting Android 14 stable update

Last week, Samsung made a significant pace by releasing the Android 14 software upgrade for nearly a dozen eligible Galaxy devices. And it looks like the company is going to keep the same pace this week too, with the tech giant now rolling out the Android 14 based One UI 6.0 stable update for the entry-level A-series smartphone, the Galaxy A14 5G.

At the time of writing, the update goes live for the 5G variant of Galaxy A14, the LTE version should receive the new software very soon. Just like the previous upgrades, the Android 14 update for Galaxy A14 5G is rolling out in a staged manner and currently rolling out in India. The update weighs around 1.8GB in size and is labeled with the A146BXXU2CWK9 firmware version.

Samsung’s Android 14 based custom skin packs with a flurry of new features and changes. The list includes a new Quick panel UI, freedom to set the clock widget anywhere in the lock screen, the option to set even bigger fonts, updated Samsung apps, new Media player UI for notification and lock screen, new widgets, redesigned Emojis, and many other features. Not only this but you can also expect the November 2023 monthly security patch.

Here you can check the complete list of new features coming with One UI 6 and check the One UI 6 release notes here.

November 30 – Galaxy A14 (4G) Received Android 14 update

Samsung today rolls out the big update for the LTE model of Galaxy A14. The update is seeding with A145FXXU4BWK8 firmware version and currently available to users in Vietnam; a wider rollout should follow soon.

The Galaxy A14 5G owners in India can update their device to the newer software upgrade. You will receive the OTA notification on your device once the update is available on your phone or you can manually check for new updates by navigating to Settings > About device > Software update > Download and install.

Make sure to that a backup of important data before installing the new update on your device. Also, charge your phone to at least 50% in case of failures.

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