Galaxy S21, S23 FE, and Tab S6 Lite Grab February 2024 Security Update

While Galaxy users wait for the One UI 6.1 upgrade, Samsung wants to enhance device security by releasing the latest security patch. It started rolling last week to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 and is now expanding to more devices.

The latest recipients of the February 2024 security patch are the Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, Galaxy S23 FE, and Galaxy Tab S6 Ultra.

It’s good to see Samsung’s urgency in bringing the latest security patch to its Galaxy devices. Hence, a big thumbs up to Samsung’s software update team.

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The new update for Galaxy S23 FE is rolling out in several regions across Asia and Europe. It has been spotted in those regions with the firmware version S711BXXS2BXA8.

The Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra are also getting the newest security patch. However, the rollout is currently live in Switzerland. The update can be identified by the firmware version G998BXXS9FXAH.

Samsung is also bringing the February 2024 security patch to the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite via a new update. The update is rolling out with the firmware version P615XXS7FXA1 in Bangladesh, France, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

The latest update for all the devices in this post mainly brings the February 2024 security patch. It resolves 72 vulnerabilities that were discovered in the Android and One UI software. So, after installing the update, your device is much more secure and reliable.

If you have Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra, Galaxy S23 FE, or Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, it’s time to check for new updates by going to Settings > Software update and tapping the Download and install option.

The update is currently rolling out in select regions. If you don’t belong to a region where the update is available, you may need to wait a few more days.

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Vicky Kumar is a passionate tech enthusiast and writer with a keen interest in the world of Android and Windows. Over the last three years, Vicky has been sharing insights, tips, and expert advice on these operating systems to help readers make the most of their devices and software. He has worked on websites, including GetDroidTips, OyPrice, and RootMyGalaxy. When not writing, he enjoys watching cricket highlights and exploring new apps.

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