Samsung Galaxy S22 gets Android 14 delight, stable update rolling out

Samsung has started rolling out the stable Android 14-based One UI 6 update to the Galaxy S22 series. Last week, the update went live to select users running on the beta build and now the rollout begins for non-beta testers.

At the time of writing, the update is available in many European countries including the UK, Iceland, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Czechia, Croatia, Romania, Spain, and many other countries. A wider rollout should follow in the coming days.

The update is rolling out with the S908BXXUDWK4 firmware version. It is a major software upgrade that weighs a whopping 3.1GB in download. The update is available for all three Galaxy S22 models.

Samsung is pushing the new software with the November 2023 monthly security patch. Moving to features and changes, the Galaxy S22 One UI 6 update comes with a slew of new features, the list of features has redesigned Quick Settings, more customization controls on the lock screen, a new One UI Sans font, new emojis, a new media player, separate battery settings, and many more.

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

If you have the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra, then you can now update your phone to the One UI 6 stable update. You will receive the OTA notification on your device once the update is available 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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