Samsung Galaxy M04 Gets Android 14 One UI 6 Update

Samsung is pushing the stable One UI 6.0 update to more and more budget smartphones. Recently, the update went live for Galaxy A04 and A04e, and now Galaxy M04 has joined the party.

The South Korean tech giant is wrapping up its One UI 6 rollout as it’s preparing for One UI 6.1, which could also bring several major changes to Galaxy devices. For now, let’s shift our focus to the One UI 6.0 update, which is rolling out to Galaxy M04 users in India with the firmware version M045FXXU6DXA2.

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One UI 6, based on Android 14, is a major update for Samsung Galaxy devices. So, expect the download size to be around 2GB. For such bulky software packages, a Wi-Fi connection is recommended.

The update brings plenty of improvements and several new features. You’ll get a redesigned Quick Settings panel, an improved Media Player, new lock screen customizations, new home screen widgets, and a new One UI Sans font, to name a few. The update also brings new battery settings and an Auto Blocker feature for better device protection.

Samsung Galaxy M04 was released in 2022 with Android 12 out of the box. Last year, it received its first major OS update in the form of Android 13, and now the second big update has arrived – Android 14.

If you have a Galaxy M04, check if the Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update is available. To do that, go to Settings > Software update and tap Download and install. Make sure to back up your device and charge it to 50% (at least) before installing the update.

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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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