Samsung Galaxy April/May 2022 Security Patch Update

Samsung Galaxy 2022 Security Update

Samsung is a champion when it comes to the earliest security patch development and rollout for its Galaxy devices. Since last year, it has remarkably grown its software development capabilities, as result, in 2022, Galaxy fans grabbing new security updates from Samsung ahead of their phone change the month/year as per the calendar.

All the Galaxy Z, Galaxy Note, and Galaxy S family members are honored to receive regular monthly maintenance updates. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A, Galaxy M, Galaxy F, and Galaxy Tab lineup device buyers are satisfied with new software updates on a quarterly cornerstone, except for select Galaxy A phones.

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It’s an undisputed thought that the South Korean phone maker has a neat and clear FOTA distribution policy that promises four years of regular security updates to each Galaxy smartphone and tablet born in/after 2019. Although all of the devices sports, specific eligibility of getting updates from Samsung.

The major Google rival rolls out new firmware updates for dozens of smartphones and tablets every single day. It can often be difficult to keep track of them all, especially if you’re someone who likes to always have the latest firmware on their device. Though not all the updates bring new features as most of them equip just a newer security patch.

May 2022 Security Patch released for:

April 29 | Galaxy Tab S8

The Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8+ and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra owners have begun receiving the latest May 2022 patch update.

 

April 25 | Galaxy S22

Samsung rolled out the May 2022 security patch to the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone users in various countries as well as in the US by T-Mobile.

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Eligible for monthly updates

  • Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Fold 5G, Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Galaxy Z Fold3 5G, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
  • Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20+ 5G, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S20 FE 5G, Galaxy S21 5G, Galaxy S21+ 5G, Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, Galaxy S21 FE 5G, Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note10 5G, Galaxy Note10+, Galaxy Note10+ 5G, Galaxy Note10 Lite, Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Note20 5G, Galaxy Note20 Ultra, Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
  • Enterprise Models: Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A52s 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy XCover4s, Galaxy Xcover FieldPro, Galaxy Xcover Pro, Galaxy Xcover5

Eligible for “Quarterly” updates

  • Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e
  • Galaxy Note9
  • Galaxy A40
  • Galaxy A01 Core, Galaxy A11, Galaxy A21, Galaxy A21s, Galaxy A31, Galaxy A41, Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy A71 5G
  • Galaxy A02, Galaxy A02s, Galaxy A12, Galaxy A22, Galaxy A22 5G, Galaxy A22e 5G, Galaxy A32, Galaxy A32 5G, Galaxy A42 5G, Galaxy A72, Galaxy A82 5G
  • Galaxy A03, Galaxy A03s, Galaxy A03 core, Galaxy A13, Galaxy A13 5G, Galaxy A23, Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A73 5G
  • Galaxy M01, Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21 2021, Galaxy M31s, Galaxy M51, Galaxy M12, Galaxy M22, Galaxy M32, Galaxy M32 5G, Galaxy M42 5G, Galaxy M52 5G, Galaxy M62, Galaxy M23 5G, Galaxy M33 5G
  • Galaxy F12, Galaxy F22, Galaxy F42 5G, Galaxy F52 5G, Galaxy F62
  • Galaxy Tab A7, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, Galaxy Tab A8, Galaxy Tab Active Pro, Galaxy Tab Active3
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy Tab S7 FE, Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8+, Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • W21 5G, W22 5G
  • Enterprise Models: Galaxy A50

Eligible for “Biannual” updates

  • Galaxy S8 Lite
  • Galaxy A6, Galaxy A6+, Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A8 Star, Galaxy A8s, Galaxy A9 (2018)
  • Galaxy A10, Galaxy A10e, Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A20e, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A60, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A80, Galaxy A90 5G
  • Galaxy A20s, Galaxy A30s, Galaxy A50s, Galaxy A70s, Galaxy A01, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy J4, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy J8
  • Galaxy M10, Galaxy M10s, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30, Galaxy M30s, Galaxy M40, Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018), Galaxy Tab A 8 (2019), Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019), Galaxy Tab A with S pen, Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
  • Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab S5e, Galaxy Tab S6, Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • W20 5G

 


Previous Security Updates

April 2022 Security Patch released for:

Galaxy Z Series

  • Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Fold 5G

Galaxy S Series

  • Galaxy S22
  • Galaxy S22 Plus
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy S21
  • Galaxy S21+
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy S21 FE
  • Galaxy S10e
  • Galaxy S10
  • Galaxy S10+
  • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy S20 FE 5G
  • Galaxy S20 FE LTE
  • Galaxy S20
  • Galaxy S20+
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra

Galaxy Note Series

  • Galaxy Note 10
  • Galaxy Note 10+
    • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Note 20
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Galaxy A Series

  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A52s
  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy A33
  • Galaxy A53 5G
  • Galaxy A13

Galaxy M Series

  • Galaxy M32

Galaxy F Series

  • To be added.

Galaxy Tab Series

  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab S8+
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab Active 3

Galaxy XCover Series

  • To be added.

 


 

Samsung Galaxy March 2022 security updates:

Galaxy Z Series

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G

 

Galaxy S Series

  • Galaxy S21 Series – US
    • Galaxy S21
    • Galaxy S21+
    • Galaxy S21 Ultra
    • Galaxy S21 FE 5G
  • Galaxy S20 Series – India, Europe
    • Galaxy S20
    • Galaxy S20+
    • Galaxy S20 Ultra
    • Galaxy S20 FE
  • Galaxy S9 Series – Korea
    • Galaxy S9
    • Galaxy S9+
  • Galaxy S10 Series
    • Galaxy S10 Lite

 

Galaxy Note Series

  • Galaxy Note 20 Series – Europe
    • Galaxy Note 20
    • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Note 10 Series – Verizon US
    • Galaxy Note 10
    • Galaxy Note 10+
    • Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
    • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Note 9

 

Galaxy A Series

  • Galaxy A50s
  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A31
  • Galaxy A32 5G
  • Galaxy A32

Galaxy M Series

  • Galaxy M31

 

Galaxy Tab Series

  • No Galaxy Tab device has February 2022 Android patches so far.

 


January 2022 security updates

  • Galaxy A01 – January 14

The Galaxy A01 started grabbing the January 2022 Android security patch in Russia, with new update bearing firmware version – A015FXXS5BUL1.

 

  • Galaxy Z Fold/Flip 3 – January 14

Samsung rolled out the latest One UI 4-based January 2022 security patch to the third-gen foldables including the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 in various regions such as Russia and Ukraine.

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 – F926BXXS1BUL8
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 – F711BXXS2BUL8

 

  • Galaxy Note 20 series – January 14

The company’s last Galaxy Note flagship range, Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra (LTE + 5G) are now getting the January 2022 security update in various European countries.

  • N20U – N986BXXS3EULH | N985FXXS3EULH
  • N20 – N981BXXS3EULH | N980FXXS3EULH

 

  • Galaxy S21 FE – January 12

While the Galaxy S21 FE is yet to reach its pre-order consumers, Samsung released the January 2022 security patch to the recently unveiled smartphone. It comes with firmware version number – G990EXXU1BUL5.

 

  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite – January 11

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite owners can now update their tablets with the January 2022 security patch that brings build version – P615XXS4DUL5.

 

  • Galaxy S20 series – January 13

A number of the US carriers including Xfinity Mobile, Verizon, T-Mobile and Cosmast rolling the January 2022 security update to the Galaxy S20 series phones.

  • S20 – G981U1UES2DUL2
  • S20+ – G986U1UES2DUL2
  • S20U – G988U1UES2DUL2

 

  • Galaxy S21 series – January 07, 2022

Samsung started sending the January 2022 security patch to the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra smartphones in the Netherlands and Germany. The update bears firmware versions: G99xBXXU4BULF.

 

  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite – January 06, 2022

Samsung rolled out the January 2022 security patch to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite devices alongside the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update. Identified via version number – N770FXXU8FUL7, the update is initially rolling out in France.

 

  • Galaxy Note 10 – December 31, 2021

Samsung started rolling out the stable Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update to the Galaxy Note 10 series devices in select European countries. Also, this major software update comes with the most latest January 2022 security patch. [Source]

    • Note 10 – N97xFXXU7GULD
    • Note 10 Plus – N97xFXXU7GULD
    • Note 10 Plus 5G – N976BXXU7GULD

 

  • Galaxy A51 – December 30, 2021

Samsung released the January 2022 security patch update to the Galaxy A51 smartphone users in Russia and Malaysia. It brings PDA version number A515FXXU5EUL3 and installs the latest Android patches Google and Samsung founded in December 2021. [Source]

 


December 2021 Security Updates

  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy A32
  • Galaxy Tab Active 3
  • Galaxy Tab S6
  • Galaxy S20 FE LTE/5G
  • Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52s
  • Galaxy XCover Pro
  • Galaxy A50
  • Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Fold 5G
  • Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+
  • Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip LTE and 5G
  • Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

 


November 2021 Security Updates

  • Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy A32
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 5G
  • Galaxy A32 5G
  • Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+
  • Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy A41
  • Galaxy Note 9
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • Galaxy S20 FE 4G/5G
  • Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Fold 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Galaxy M32 4G
  • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy A50
  • Galaxy A22

 


October 2021 Security Updates

October 01, 2021 | Galaxy A50

After updating most of the flagship smartphones, the Korean tech giant has begun the October 2021 security update distribution for the Galaxy A50 smartphones in a handful of countries such as Colombia, and Bolivia. Firmware version: A505GUBS9CUI3.

October 01, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 2

A new firmware update bearing build number – F916NKSU1DUI4 making its way to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphones in South Korea.

September 30, 2021 | Galaxy S20 series

Samsung released the October 2021 Android and One UI security patches for the Galaxy S20 series smartphone users in South Korea. Gradually, the update will be expanded to more countries, meanwhile, you can identify it in Korea with firmware versionsG981NKSU1EUI3G986NKSU1EUI3 and G988NKSU1EUI3.

September 30, 2021 | Galaxy Note 20 series

Along with the Galaxy S20 FE, the Galaxy Note 20 series users in South Korea also reported that they’ve also received the October 2021 security patch with a new Digital Key feature. Firmware Versions: N98NKSU1DUI2 and N98NKSU1DUI2

October 01, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3

The company’s latest foldable screen smartphone lineup have started getting the October 2021 security patch update in South Korea. Firmware version – F926NKSU1AUID and F711NKSU2AUIE.

September 30, 2021 | Galaxy S20 FE

Samsung’s affordable flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S20 FE 5G, now getting the October 2021 security patch and Digital Key feature in South Korea, which comes with firmware version G781NKSU3CUI5.

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September 28, 2021 | Galaxy S21 series

Ahead of Google, Samsung kicked off the latest and upcoming October 2021 security patches for the Galaxy S21 line across Europe and Asia. Consumers in Germany, Philippines and India confirmed that the October 2021 Android patches are now live in their countries.

Firmware versions:

  • Galaxy S21 Ultra – G998BXXU3AUIE
  • Galaxy S21 Plus – G996BXXU3AUIE
  • Galaxy S21 – G991BXXU3AUIE

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September 2021 Security Updates

September 27, 2021 | Galaxy M30s

Samsung seeded the September 2021 security patch for the Galaxy M30s smartphone users in Ukraine. Firmware version for identification is M307FNXXU4CUH6.

September 27, 2021 | Galaxy A51

The Galaxy A51 smartphone now joins the party with the September 2021 security patch, which is releasing in the Russian market and weighs nearly 1/2GB. Firmware version – A515FXXU5EUI2, while the report suggests it could bring some of the One UI 3.1.1 changes.

September 27, 2021 | Galaxy Z Flip 3 | T-Mobile

Samsung and T-Mobile, together, releasing the September 2021 Android and One UI security patches for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 in the US with version number – F711USQU2AUI4.

September 23, 2021 | Galaxy A11, A12, A32 and A52 5G

SamMobile: The Android and One UI patches released in September 2021 now rolling out for several Galaxy A series phones including the Galaxy A11, Galaxy A12, Galaxy A32 and Galaxy A52 5G in different regions. You can check the detailed information of these software updates below.

Model – Version No. – Country

  • Galaxy A11 – A115MUBS2BUI1 – Argentina, Brazil, Chile and so on…
  • Galaxy A12 – A125FXXU1BUI3 – Russia and Ukraine
  • Galaxy A32 – A325MUBU1AUH1 – Peru
  • Galaxy A52 – A526BXXU1AUI4 – Bulgaria

September 23, 2021 | Galaxy Z Flip | USA (Sprint)

Samsung’s September 2021 security patch update has finally reached the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phones in the USA, locked on Sprint network carrier. If you own a Flip, then identify the update via PDA version number – F700USQS4EUI1.

September 23, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 2

Samsung kicks off a broader Galaxy Z Fold 3 September 2021 security update rollout, which is taking place in various parts of the world. You can check out the release number via F916BXXS2EUI. Howeever, the device has recently received the One UI 3.1.1 features with a big firmware update.

September 23, 2021 | Galaxy A51 5G, Tab S7 (Korea) | Galaxy M51 Europe

The OEM is expanding its September 2021 security patch to more Galaxy devices including the Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy M51 and Galaxy Tab S7 series, well, the recent development is as follows:

Software Versions:

  • Galaxy A51 – A516NKSU4CUH2 (South Korea)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 – T970NKOU2BUI1 (South Korea)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 Plus – T975NKOU2BUI1 (South Korea)
  • Galaxy M51 – M515FXXS3CUI1 (Europe)

September 23, 2021 | Galaxy S10, Note 10, A50 | USA

In the USA, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, and Galaxy A50 mid-ranger started grabbing the September 2021 security patch. All US carriers releasing the update for Galaxy S10 series, while A50 update is limited to Comcast carrier models as well as unlocked units of the Galaxy Note 10 series are receiving the same treatment as well.

Software Versions:

  • Galaxy S10e – G970USQS6GUI1
  • Galaxy S10 – G973USQS6GUI1
  • Galaxy S10 Plus – G975USQS6GUI1
  • Galaxy Note 10 – N97xU1UES7FUH7
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus – N97xU1UES7FUH7
  • Galaxy A50 – A505USQSFDUI1

September 22, 2021 | Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50

Samsung’s September 2021 security patch update rollout is now taking place for the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50 smartphone users in Argentina, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago. Consumers can recognize the update via version numbers A307GUBU4CUH6 and A505GUBS9CUH2.

September 15, 2021 | Galaxy A10s

Budget Galaxy A10s is now grabbing the September 2021 Android patches with new firmware release in Ecuador. Other than improvements to the stability, the A107MUBU5CUH1 update doesn’t bring any new features or UI changes.

September 15, 2021 | Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G

It’s now Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G’s turn to achieve the latest Android security patches released in September 2021, equipping build version – T976BXXU2BUI1 across Europe.

September 15, 2021 | Galaxy S20 Series | US | Xfinity Mobile

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series on Xfinity Mobile carrier is now getting September 2021 Android patches in the US. You can identify this OTA via firmware versions G981USQS2DUH2, G986USQS2DUH2 and G988USQS2DUH2.

September 15, 2021 | Galaxy F41

Samsung Pay Mini debuts on the mid-range Galaxy F41 smartphones in the Indian market with new software update sporting software version – F415FXXU1BUH7. It’s expected that this 1GB firmware update could be equipped with select One UI 3.1.1 features for the Galaxy F41 consumers.

September 15, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 2

After the big One UI 3.1.1 features release, the Korean tech giant is on its way to upgrading the security of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 foldable smartphone with September 2021 security patch. Identified via build number – F916USQS2EUH7, the update is rolling out for all the T-Mobile and Sprint carrier-locked units in the US.

September 14, 2021 | Galaxy A21s

Samsung’s budget smartphone, the Galaxy A21s is now picking up the latest Android patches through a software update in Ecuador. The update package weighs less than 500MB and the version number is A217MUBS7CUH3.

September 13, 2021 | Galaxy Note 20 Series (US)

Almost all the US network carriers have started to push the September 2021 security patch to the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphone users. Consumers can identify the update via PDA firmware versions – N981USQS2DUH3 and N986USQS2DUH3 for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra respectively.

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy A52s

The September 2021 security patches are now releasing for Samsung Galaxy A52s in various European countries such as France. Firmware version – A528BXXS1AUHA

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy S20 Series (US)

After Europe, the US Galaxy S20 series devices, without carrier branding, now getting the September 2021 security patch. PDA release numbers: G981U1UES2DUH2, G986U1UES2DUH2 and G988U1UES2DUH2 for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy M31

The Galaxy M31 is the first Galaxy M series smartphone that has received the amazing One UI 3.1.1 features along with September 2021 security patch in India. Software version – M315FXXU2BUH6

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, in France, begins picking up the September 2021 security benefits alongside a new firmware update. After installing, if you found a newly added Bedtime mode toggle in the Quick Settings menu, then congrats, it’s One UI version 3.1.1. Firmware version: N770FXXU8EUH5.

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy M21

The Galaxy M21 becomes as lucky as the Google Pixel smartphones as it just starts receiving the September 2021 security patch through a new software update in India and Sri Lanka. If you own, identify the update by firmware version – M215FXXU2BUH6.

September 07, 2021 | Galaxy Note 10 Series

On the home ground, Samsung bringing the September security patch update for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ owners. As part of an initial release, the software is gradually deploying for the consumers randomly, while global rollout could happen in the coming days. Firmware versions: N971NKSU2FUH7 for Galaxy Note 10 5G and N976NKSU2FUH7 for Galaxy Note 10+ 5G.

September 06, 2021 | Galaxy S21 Series

Recently, the international Galaxy S21 series has started to receive the September 2021 security update and not its US Unlocked variant’s turn to get the September 2021 security update. Read more about this story in our recent article.

September 06, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3

The recently launched Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 foldable smartphones have begun collecting September 2021 security improvements. Firmware versions: F926BXXU1AUHF and F711BXXU2AUI1

September 06, 2021 | Galaxy S10 Series

Amid One UI 3.1.1 features, the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e started grabbing September 2021 security patch in Switzerland. Read more about this story in our recent article.

September 06, 2021 | Galaxy A52 and A72

The September 2021 security update is now releasing for the Galaxy A52 consumers in India, while the Galaxy A72 is in Russia. Firmware versions are: A525FXXU4AUH3 and A725FXXU4AUH2

September 05, 2021 | Galaxy Note 20 Series

In the place of One UI 4 Beta announcement, the company pushed September 2021 security update rollout for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra devices in Brazil. Read more about this story in our recent article.

September 05, 2021 | Galaxy S21 Series

The Galaxy S21 series users are waiting for the One UI 4 Beta update, meanwhile, Samsung kicks off September 2021 security update in Germany. Head to our recent story to know more about the update.

September 03, 2021 | Galaxy S20 Series

Just after bringing the One UI 3.1.1 features, Samsung begins deployment of its September 2021 security patch to the Galaxy S20 series phones in multiple countries across Europe.

PDA Build Number:

  • Galaxy S20 – G980FXXSADUH5 | G981BXXSADUH5
  • Galaxy S20+ – G985FXXSADUH5 | G986BXXSADUH5
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra – G988BXXSADUH5

September 03, 2021 | Galaxy S10 Lite

Ahead of the Galaxy S10 series, the affordable Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone has begun picking up September 2021 security update in Spain. The update comes with build number – G770FXXS6EUH5 and brings improvements for the phone’s stability.

September 01, 2021 | Galaxy S21 Series

Ice Universe revealed that Samsung pushed the 1st Android 12 and One UI 4 Beta update to internals, which comes with a heavy package size of more than 2GB and includes the September 2021 Android patches as well. As reported previously, the September update could also fix the Android Auto related issue.

September 01, 2021 | Galaxy S20 FE 5G

Samsung released yet another s/w update for the Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone users in Switzerland, which brings the September 2021 security patch alongside improvements for the touchscreen performance for enhanced usability. You can identify this update via release number – G781BXXU4CUH5.

August 31, 2021 | Galaxy Z Flip LTE

The Galaxy Z Flip LTE variant is now grabbing the September 2021 security patch in Europe and South Korea sporting firmware versions: F700FXXU8EUH5 and F700NKOU3EUH5. This release includes brand new features from the Galaxy Z Flip 3 with One UI 3.1.1 update.

Aug. 31, 2021 | Galaxy Z Fold 2

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the latest Samsung foldable that is now collecting the Galaxy Z Fold 3 features along with the One UI 3.1.1 update. Notably, the new Fold 2 release includes the September 2021 Android patches as well that are currently unannounced. Firmware versions are F916BXXU2EUH5 in Germany and the UK, F916WVLU2EUH5 in Canada, and F916NKSU1DUH5 in South Korea

Aug. 31, 2021 | Galaxy Z Flip 5G

The Galaxy Z Flip 5G becomes the world’s 2nd smartphone that has installed the September 2021 security patch. Not only the security patch, the update also embeds several exciting features with the One UI 3.1.1 that comes with build version F707BXXU5EUH4 in Europe and F707NKSU2DUH4 in South Korea.

Aug. 30, 2021 | Galaxy S20 FE

Galaxy S20 FE (and S20 FE 5G) is the world’s first smartphone for picking up the September 2021 Android patches with new firmware update. It’s also reported that the device is also receiving the One UI 3.1.1. features. Firmware versions: G780GXXU3AUH5 | G781BXXU4CUH5

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Latest Security Bulletin

April 2022

Critical

  • None

High

  • CVE-2020-29368,CVE-2021-39685,CVE-2021-39686,CVE-2021-39698,CVE-2021-3655,CVE-2021-35088,CVE-2021-35103,CVE-2021-35105,CVE-2021-35117,CVE-2021-30328,CVE-2021-30329,CVE-2021-30332,CVE-2021-30333,CVE-2021-39694,CVE-2021-0694,CVE-2021-39794,CVE-2021-39795,CVE-2021-39796,CVE-2021-39797,CVE-2021-39798,CVE-2021-39799,CVE-2021-39803,CVE-2021-39804,CVE-2021-39808,CVE-2021-39805,CVE-2021-39809,CVE-2022-0847

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-1027,CVE-2021-1028,CVE-2021-1029,CVE-2021-1001,CVE-2021-1002,CVE-2021-1018,CVE-2021-0973,CVE-2021-0769,CVE-2021-0992,CVE-2021-0987,CVE-2021-1005,CVE-2021-1014,CVE-2021-1015,CVE-2021-1007,CVE-2021-1023,CVE-2021-1026,CVE-2021-1034,CVE-2021-1022

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-1942,CVE-2021-35110,CVE-2021-1950,CVE-2021-1009,CVE-2021-1032,CVE-2021-1011

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2022-20047,CVE-2022-20048,CVE-2022-20053,CVE-2021-35106

Previous Security Bulletins

March 2022

Critical

  • CVE-2021-30317, CVE-2021-39708

High

  • CVE-2021-35068,CVE-2021-35077,CVE-2021-35074,CVE-2021-35075,CVE-2021-30323,CVE-2021-30309,CVE-2021-30326,CVE-2021-30322,CVE-2021-30318,CVE-2021-35069,CVE-2021-39692,CVE-2021-39693,CVE-2021-39695,CVE-2021-39697,CVE-2021-39624,CVE-2021-39690,CVE-2021-39667,CVE-2021-0957,CVE-2021-39701,CVE-2021-39702,CVE-2021-39703,CVE-2021-39704,CVE-2021-39706,CVE-2021-39707,CVE-2021-39709,CVE-2021-32484,CVE-2021-32485,CVE-2021-32486,CVE-2021-32487

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-1024,CVE-2021-0978,CVE-2021-0983,CVE-2021-0988,CVE-2021-1013,CVE-2021-1030,CVE-2021-1031,CVE-2021-1003,CVE-2021-0998,CVE-2021-1016,CVE-2021-0989,CVE-2021-0990,CVE-2021-0991,CVE-2021-0994,CVE-2021-0996,CVE-2021-1012,CVE-2021-1025,CVE-2021-1008,CVE-2021-39689

Already included in previous updates

  • None

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2022-20025,CVE-2022-20027,CVE-2022-20028,CVE-2022-20026,CVE-2021-39672,CVE-2021-39635,CVE-2021-39658,CVE-2021-39616,CVE-2022-20024,CVE-2021-39631,CVE-2021-39699,CVE-2021-39705

 


 

February 2022

Critical

  • CVE-2021-30285, CVE-2021-39675

High

  • CVE-2021-30353, CVE-2021-39633, CVE-2021-30301, CVE-2021-30287, CVE-2021-30311, CVE-2021-30308, CVE-2021-30307, CVE-2021-30300, CVE-2021-31346, CVE-2021-31889, CVE-2021-31890, CVE-2021-31345, CVE-2021-40148, CVE-2021-0959, CVE-2021-39619, CVE-2021-39662, CVE-2021-39663, CVE-2021-39676, CVE-2021-39664, CVE-2020-13112, CVE-2020-13113, CVE-2021-39665, CVE-2021-39666, CVE-2021-39668, CVE-2021-39669, CVE-2021-39671, CVE-2021-39674, CVE-2021-41990, CVE-2021-41991

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0981, CVE-2021-0984, CVE-2021-0979, CVE-2021-0982, CVE-2021-0986, CVE-2021-0993, CVE-2021-0976, CVE-2021-0977, CVE-2021-0999, CVE-2021-1017, CVE-2021-0997, CVE-2021-1006, CVE-2021-1004, CVE-2021-0995, CVE-2021-0922

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-39634, CVE-2021-1049, CVE-2021-30319, CVE-2021-0706, CVE-2021-1010

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • Note.

 


 

January 2022

Critical

  • CVE-2021-30275, CVE-2021-30276

High

  • CVE-2021-30270, CVE-2021-30279, CVE-2021-30278, CVE-2021-30269, CVE-2021-30283, CVE-2021-1918, CVE-2021-30274, CVE-2021-30272, CVE-2021-30282, CVE-2021-30271, CVE-2021-1894, CVE-2020-11263, CVE-2021-33909, CVE-2021-30337, CVE-2021-30335, CVE-2021-30262, CVE-2021-30267, CVE-2021-30293, CVE-2021-30273, CVE-2021-30289, CVE-2021-30268, CVE-2021-30336, CVE-2021-30303, CVE-2020-0368, CVE-2021-0971, CVE-2021-39630, CVE-2021-39632, CVE-2020-0338, CVE-2021-0934, CVE-2021-39623, CVE-2021-39620, CVE-2021-39626, CVE-2021-39629, CVE-2021-0643, CVE-2021-39628, CVE-2021-39659

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0961, CVE-2021-0661, CVE-2021-0662, CVE-2021-0663, CVE-2021-0673

Already included in previous updates

  • None

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-30351, CVE-2021-0675, CVE-2021-0904, CVE-2021-38204, CVE-2021-39618, CVE-2021-39621, CVE-2021-39622, CVE-2021-39625, CVE-2021-39627

 


 

December 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-1924, CVE-2021-1975, CVE-2021-0967(P9.0), CVE-2021-0968, CVE-2021-0956

High

  • CVE-2021-1979, CVE-2021-30255, CVE-2021-1921, CVE-2021-1973, CVE-2021-0929, CVE-2021-0920, CVE-2021-30284, CVE-2021-30254, CVE-2021-1982, CVE-2021-1981, CVE-2021-1048, CVE-2021-0955, CVE-2021-0970, CVE-2021-0704, CVE-2021-0967(Q10,R11,S12), CVE-2021-0964, CVE-2021-0953, CVE-2021-0954, CVE-2021-0963, CVE-2021-0965, CVE-2021-0952, CVE-2021-0966

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0958, CVE-2021-0969, CVE-2021-1903

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-0924

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-0672, CVE-2021-0889, CVE-2021-0927

 


 

November 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-0870, CVE-2021-0918, CVE-2021-0930

High

  • CVE-2021-29647, CVE-2020-29660, CVE-2021-1949, CVE-2021-1936, CVE-2021-1959, CVE-2021-1917, CVE-2021-30288, CVE-2021-30302, CVE-2021-30306, CVE-2021-30305, CVE-2020-24588, CVE-2020-26141, CVE-2021-1977, CVE-2021-0799, CVE-2021-0921, CVE-2021-0923, CVE-2021-0933, CVE-2021-0928, CVE-2021-0925, CVE-2021-0931

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0922, CVE-2021-0919

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11264, CVE-2020-11301, CVE-2021-1932, CVE-2021-1913, CVE-2020-24587, CVE-2020-26146, CVE-2020-26145, CVE-2020-26139, CVE-2021-27666, CVE-2020-13871, CVE-2021-0653, CVE-2021-0650, CVE-2021-0434, CVE-2021-0649, CVE-2021-0932

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-10768, CVE-2021-1983, CVE-2021-30257, CVE-2021-1984, CVE-2021-30297, CVE-2021-30292, CVE-2021-1985, CVE-2021-30291, CVE-2021-30258, CVE-2021-30256, CVE-2020-26147, CVE-2020-26140, CVE-2020-11303, CVE-2021-30310, CVE-2021-1980, CVE-2021-30312, CVE-2021-0926

 


 

October 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-1886, CVE-2021-1889, CVE-2021-1888, CVE-2021-1890, CVE-2021-1933, CVE-2021-1946

High

  • CVE-2021-1923, CVE-2021-1909, CVE-2021-1935, CVE-2021-1952, CVE-2021-1934, CVE-2021-30290, CVE-2021-30294, CVE-2021-30295, CVE-2021-0695, CVE-2021-1948, CVE-2021-1941, CVE-2021-1974, CVE-2021-1971, CVE-2020-26558, CVE-2021-0703, CVE-2021-0652, CVE-2021-0705, CVE-2021-0708, CVE-2020-15358, CVE-2021-0702, CVE-2021-0651, CVE-2021-0483, CVE-2021-0643, CVE-2021-0706

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0534, CVE-2021-0568, CVE-2021-0554, CVE-2021-0563, CVE-2021-0535, CVE-2021-0543, CVE-2021-0544, CVE-2021-0545, CVE-2021-0546, CVE-2021-0541, CVE-2021-0542, CVE-2021-0551

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-0571

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-0681, CVE-2021-0680, CVE-2021-0636, CVE-2021-0635, CVE-2021-0540

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-22920: AMPDU sequence number attack
  2. SVE-2021-20291 (CVE-2021-25516): Not standard-compliant behavior on handling RRC MeasurementReport message
  3. SVE-2021-23037 (CVE-2021-25513): Information leak in lockscreen
  4. SVE-2021-23271 (CVE-2021-25514): Intent redirection vulnerability in Tags
  5. SVE-2021-23088 (CVE-2021-25515): BSSID exposure in SemRewardManager
  6. SVE-2021-23076 (CVE-2021-25510, CVE-2021-25511): Camera privilege escalation and arbitrary file write in FilterProvider (system_app) in Samsung Device
  7. SVE-2021-22943 (CVE-2021-25519): CPLC information exposure vulnerability
  8. SVE-2021-23031 (CVE-2021-25512): Possible to launch any activities via LaunchAnyWhere vulnerability
  9. SVE-2021-23016 (CVE-2021-25518): Arbitrary memory/register write in secure_log of BL31 and LDFW
  10. SVE-2021-22719 (CVE-2021-25517): Loadable firmwares can be overwritten at runtime

 


 

September 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-1972, CVE-2021-1976, CVE-2021-0687

High

  • CVE-2021-28375, CVE-2020-14381, CVE-2021-0582, CVE-2021-0578, CVE-2021-0579, CVE-2021-0580, CVE-2021-0581, CVE-2021-30261, CVE-2021-30260, CVE-2021-1939, CVE-2021-1947, CVE-2021-1904, CVE-2021-0639, CVE-2019-10581, CVE-2021-0518, CVE-2021-0595, CVE-2021-0683, CVE-2021-0684, CVE-2021-0685, CVE-2021-0688, CVE-2021-0686, CVE-2021-0689, CVE-2021-0690, CVE-2021-0598, CVE-2021-0692, CVE-2021-0428, CVE-2021-0644, CVE-2021-0682, CVE-2021-0693

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0565, CVE-2021-0556, CVE-2021-0562, CVE-2021-0566, CVE-2021-0536, CVE-2021-0537, CVE-2021-0538, CVE-2021-0539, CVE-2021-0547, CVE-2021-0548, CVE-2021-0553, CVE-2021-0549, CVE-2021-0552, CVE-2021-0691

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-3347, CVE-2021-0564

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-1919, CVE-2021-1916, CVE-2021-1920, CVE-2021-0573, CVE-2021-0574, CVE-2021-0576, CVE-2021-1914, CVE-2021-1978, CVE-2020-3633

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-21619 (CVE-2021-25457): Kernel Information Disclosure in the Vision DSP Kernel Driver
  2. SVE-2021-21943 (CVE-2021-25450): Path traversal vulnerability in FactoryAirCommandManager
  3. SVE-2021-22094 (CVE-2021-25449): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  4. SVE-2021-21959 (CVE-2021-25452): Kernel Permanent Denial of Service Vulnerability in the Vision DSP Kernel Driver
  5. SVE-2021-21041 (CVE-2021-25453): Leak Bluetooth information through Broadcast in Bluetooth app
  6. SVE-2021-21620 (CVE-2021-25458): NULL pointer dereference vulnerability in the ION Driver
  7. SVE-2021-22602 (CVE-2021-25459): Improper access control in BlockChainService
  8. SVE-2021-22603 (CVE-2021-25460): Improper access control in BlockChainService
  9. SVE-2021-22411 (CVE-2021-25461): APAService Stack Overflow
  10. SVE-2021-21413 (CVE-2021-25451): Sensitive information disclosure in NetworkPolicyManagerService
  11. SVE-2021-22278 (CVE-2021-25454): OOB read vulnerability in ‘libsaacextractor.so’
  12. SVE-2021-22291 (CVE-2021-25455): OOB read vulnerability in ‘libsaviextractor.so’
  13. SVE-2021-22343 (CVE-2021-25456): OOB read vulnerability in ‘libswmfextractor.so’
  14. SVE-2021-21969 (CVE-2021-25462): Null Pointer Dereference vulnerability in the NPU Driver

 


 

August 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-0592, CVE-2021-1965

High

  • CVE-2021-1931, CVE-2021-1940, CVE-2021-1953, CVE-2021-1943, CVE-2021-1964, CVE-2021-1907, CVE-2021-1955, CVE-2021-1945, CVE-2021-1970, CVE-2021-1954, CVE-2020-0368, CVE-2021-0514, CVE-2021-0515, CVE-2021-0603, CVE-2021-0640, CVE-2021-0645, CVE-2021-0646, CVE-2021-0519, CVE-2021-0591, CVE-2021-0593, CVE-2021-0584, CVE-2021-0641, CVE-2021-0642

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0555, CVE-2020-1971, CVE-2021-0567, CVE-2021-0570, CVE-2021-0572, CVE-2021-0557, CVE-2021-0558, CVE-2021-0559, CVE-2021-0561

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-1938

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-11307, CVE-2021-0577, CVE-2021-0550

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-20831 (CVE-2021-25443): UAF in conn_gadget driver
  2. SVE-2021-21948 (CVE-2021-25444): IV reuse in Keymaster TA

 


 

July 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2020-26558(A-179039983), CVE-2020-11176, CVE-2020-11291

High

  • CVE-2020-26555(A-181682537, A-174626251), CVE-2020-11304, CVE-2020-11298, CVE-2020-11306, CVE-2021-1900, CVE-2021-0512, CVE-2021-0525, CVE-2021-0527, CVE-2021-0533, CVE-2021-0526, CVE-2021-0528, CVE-2021-0529, CVE-2021-0531, CVE-2021-0530, CVE-2021-0532, CVE-2020-11292, CVE-2020-11267, CVE-2020-14305, CVE-2021-1937, CVE-2020-26558(A-174886838), CVE-2021-0513, CVE-2021-0478, CVE-2021-0441, CVE-2021-0486, CVE-2021-0587, CVE-2021-0601, CVE-2020-0417, CVE-2021-0585, CVE-2021-0586, CVE-2021-0589, CVE-2021-0594, CVE-2021-0600, CVE-2021-0602, CVE-2021-0590, CVE-2021-0596, CVE-2021-0597, CVE-2021-0599, CVE-2021-0604

Moderate

  • None

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-1925

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-0588

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-20903 (CVE-2021-25426): Possible to access Message files
  2. SVE-2021-20903 (CVE-2021-25426): Possible to access Message files
  3. SVE-2021-21041 (CVE-2021-25429, CVE-2021-25430): Leak bluetooth information through broadcast in bluetooth app
  4. SVE-2021-21231 (CVE-2021-25427): SQL Injection in Bluetooth
  5. SVE-2021-20754 (CVE-2021-25428): Allow dangerous level permission without user confirmation in limited circumstances
  6. SVE-2021-21468: Information disclosure in ptrace module of kernel

 


 

June 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-0507, CVE-2021-0516

High

  • CVE-2021-1891, CVE-2020-11284, CVE-2021-1905, CVE-2021-1915, CVE-2021-1927, CVE-2021-28663, CVE-2021-28664, CVE-2021-0495, CVE-2020-11279, CVE-2020-11273, CVE-2020-11274, CVE-2020-11285, CVE-2020-29661, CVE-2019-2219, CVE-2021-0511, CVE-2021-0521, CVE-2021-0508, CVE-2021-0509, CVE-2021-0510, CVE-2021-0520, CVE-2021-0505, CVE-2021-0506, CVE-2021-0523, CVE-2021-0504, CVE-2021-0517, CVE-2021-0522, CVE-2021-0304

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-1906, CVE-2021-0381, CVE-2020-0025, CVE-2021-0385, CVE-2021-0389

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2021-0492, CVE-2021-0491, CVE-2021-0493, CVE-2021-0494, CVE-2021-0497, CVE-2021-0498, CVE-2021-0489, CVE-2021-0490, CVE-2021-0496

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-0324, CVE-2021-0467, CVE-2020-11288, CVE-2020-11289, CVE-2021-1910

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-20702 (CVE-2021-25410): Arbitrary file access vulnerability in CallBGProvider
  2. SVE-2021-20877 (CVE-2021-25413): Possible to access arbitrary content providers
  3. SVE-2021-20879 (CVE-2021-25414): Possible to theft or overwrite arbitrary files
  4. SVE-2021-21161 (CVE-2021-25407): Out of bounds write in Samsung NPU driver
  5. SVE-2021-20641 (CVE-2021-25417): Improper authorization in SDP SDK
  6. SVE-2021-20984 (CVE-2021-25412): Improper access control in genericssoservice service
  7. SVE-2021-20948 (CVE-2021-25409): Configure Notification settings without authorization
  8. SVE-2021-20178 (CVE-2021-25415): Possible remapping RKP memory as writable from EL1
  9. SVE-2021-20179 (CVE-2021-25416): Possible creating executable kernel page via abusing dynamic load functions
  10. SVE-2021-20176 (CVE-2021-25411): Vulnerable api in RKP allows attackers to write read-only kernel memory
  11. SVE-2021-21074 (CVE-2021-25408): Buffer overflow in Samsung NPU driver

 


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May 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-0473, CVE-2021-0474, CVE-2021-0475

High

  • CVE-2020-25705, CVE-2020-11246, CVE-2020-11234, CVE-2020-15436, CVE-2020-29368, CVE-2020-11251, CVE-2020-11236, CVE-2020-11247, CVE-2020-11237, CVE-2020-11191, CVE-2020-11255, CVE-2020-11243, CVE-2021-0445, CVE-2021-0472, CVE-2021-0485, CVE-2021-0487, CVE-2021-0482, CVE-2021-0484, CVE-2021-0476, CVE-2021-0477, CVE-2021-0481, CVE-2021-0466, CVE-2021-0480

Moderate

  • CVE-2021-0375, CVE-2021-0387, CVE-2021-0369, CVE-2021-0382, CVE-2021-0368, CVE-2021-0374, CVE-2021-0378, CVE-2021-0379, CVE-2021-0384, CVE-2021-0370, CVE-2021-0372, CVE-2021-0377, CVE-2021-0380, CVE-2021-0383, CVE-2021-0386, CVE-2021-0388, CVE-2021-0371

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11242, CVE-2020-11245, CVE-2020-11210, CVE-2020-11252, CVE-2020-11292*

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2021-0468

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-20636 (CVE-2021-25388): Arbitray app installation vulnerability in Knox Core
  2. SVE-2021-20690 (CVE-2021-25392): Possible to access notification policy file of DeX
  3. SVE-2021-20731 (CVE-2021-25393): Possible to read/write access to arbitrary files as system user
  4. SVE-2021-20167 (CVE-2021-25394), SVE-2021-20168 (CVE-2021-25395): UAF in mfc charger driver
  5. SVE-2021-20511 (CVE-2021-25396): Arbitrary memory write in the Neural Processing Unit Firmware
  6. SVE-2021-20716 (CVE-2021-25397): Arbitrary file write int TelephonyUI
  7. SVE-2021-20204 (CVE-2021-25389): Authentication bypass in S Secure
  8. SVE-2021-20724 (CVE-2021-25390): Intent redirection in PhotoTable
  9. SVE-2021-20500 (CVE-2021-25391): Intent redirection in Secure Folder
  10. SVE-2021-20154 (CVE-2021-25383): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  11. SVE-2021-20183 (CVE-2021-25384): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  12. SVE-2021-20184 (CVE-2021-25385): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  13. SVE-2021-20185 (CVE-2021-25386): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  14. SVE-2021-20202 (CVE-2021-25387): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process

 


 

April 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2020-11204, CVE-2020-11228, CVE-2020-11218, CVE-2020-11192, CVE-2020-11227, CVE-2021-0430

High

  • CVE-2020-11178, CVE-2020-11165, CVE-2020-11195, CVE-2020-11198, CVE-2020-11194, CVE-2020-11220, CVE-2020-11199, CVE-2020-11221, CVE-2020-11308, CVE-2020-11290, CVE-2020-11309, CVE-2020-11186, CVE-2020-11226, CVE-2020-11171, CVE-2020-11222, CVE-2020-11188, CVE-2020-11190, CVE-2020-11189, CVE-2020-11166, CVE-2021-0399, CVE-2021-0400, CVE-2021-0426, CVE-2021-0427, CVE-2021-0432, CVE-2021-0438, CVE-2021-0439, CVE-2021-0442, CVE-2021-0443, CVE-2021-0444, CVE-2021-0338, CVE-2021-0437, CVE-2021-0436, CVE-2021-0471, CVE-2021-0429, CVE-2021-0433, CVE-2021-0431, CVE-2021-0435

Moderate

  • None

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11223

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-11299, CVE-2021-0446

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-19881 (CVE-2021-25358): Improper store path for IMSI value
  2. SVE-2021-20333 (CVE-2021-25362): Improper permission management in CertInstaller
  3. SVE-2021-19820 (CVE-2021-25359): AP information leakage vulnerability
  4. SVE-2021-20274 (CVE-2021-25360): Arbitrary code execution on mediaextractor process
  5. SVE-2021-19180 (CVE-2021-25361): Arbitrary file read/write vulnerability via unprotected StickerCenter content provider
  6. SVE-2021-19620 (CVE-2021-25357): PendingIntent hijacking vulnerability in Create Movie
  7. SVE-2021-20190 (CVE-2021-25363): Process information exposure vulnerability in ActivityManagerService
  8. SVE-2021-19667 (CVE-2021-25364): PendingIntent hijacking vulnerability in Secure Folder
  9. SVE-2021-20733 (CVE-2021-25356): 3rd party authentication bypass in Managed Provisioning
  10. SVE-2021-20454 (CVE-2021-25365): Arbitrary memory address unmap vulnerability in softsimd
  11. SVE-2021-20775 (CVE-2020-24586, CVE-2020-24587, CVE-2020-24588, CVE-2020-26139, CVE-2020-26140, CVE-2020-26141, CVE-2020-26142, CVE-2020-26143, CVE-2020-26144, CVE-2020-26145, CVE-2020-26146, CVE-2020-26147, CVE-2020-11264, CVE-2020-11301): Wi-Fi Fragment & Forge vulnerabilities

 


 

March 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2020-11170, CVE-2020-11163, CVE-2020-11272, CVE-2021-0397

High

  • CVE-2020-11271, CVE-2020-11282, CVE-2017-18509, CVE-2020-11286, CVE-2020-11177, CVE-2020-11187, CVE-2020-11253, CVE-2020-11281, CVE-2020-11296, CVE-2020-11269, CVE-2020-11275, CVE-2020-11280, CVE-2020-11287, CVE-2020-11276, CVE-2020-11270, CVE-2020-11297, CVE-2020-11278, CVE-2021-0395, CVE-2021-0391, CVE-2021-0398, CVE-2017-14491, CVE-2021-0393, CVE-2021-0396, CVE-2021-0390, CVE-2021-0392, CVE-2021-0394

Moderate

  • None

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11180, CVE-2020-11277

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-11283

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-19153 (CVE-2021-25335): Hidden notification contents leak over the lockscreen
  2. SVE-2021-19527 (CVE-2021-25337): Arbitrary file read/write vulnerability via unprotected clipboard content provider
  3. SVE-2021-19553 (CVE-2021-25336): Improper access control in NotificationManagerService
  4. SVE-2021-19731 (CVE-2021-25339): EL2 memory can be corrupted with HArx HVC call
  5. SVE-2021-19759 (CVE-2021-25338): RKP region list is writable by EL1
  6. SVE-2021-19945 (CVE-2021-25344): Serial number leak
  7. SVE-2021-20009 (CVE-2021-25345): Kernel panic by graphic format mismatch
  8. SVE-2021-19897 (CVE-2021-25369): Potential kernel information exposure from sec_log
  9. SVE-2021-19925 (CVE-2021-25370): Memory corruption in dpu driver
  10. SVE-2021-20029 (CVE-2021-25371): Possible to load arbitrary ELF library inside DSP
  11. SVE-2021-20030 (CVE-2021-25372): Out of bounds access vulnerability in DSP driver

 


 

February 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2021-0325(O8.1, P9), CVE-2021-0326, CVE-2020-11182, CVE-2020-11134

High

  • CVE-2021-0325(Q10, R11), CVE-2020-10732, CVE-2020-11126, CVE-2020-11159, CVE-2020-11233, CVE-2020-11235, CVE-2020-11238, CVE-2020-11239, CVE-2020-11240, CVE-2020-11241, CVE-2020-11250, CVE-2020-11261, CVE-2020-11262, CVE-2021-0301, CVE-2021-0302, CVE-2021-0305, CVE-2021-0314, CVE-2021-0327, CVE-2021-0328, CVE-2021-0329, CVE-2021-0330, CVE-2021-0331, CVE-2021-0332, CVE-2021-0333, CVE-2021-0334, CVE-2021-0335, CVE-2021-0336, CVE-2021-0337, CVE-2021-0338, CVE-2021-0339, CVE-2021-0340, CVE-2021-0341

Moderate

  • None

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11181, CVE-2020-11260

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-10767, CVE-2020-10766

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2021-18243 (CVE-2021-25340): Arbitrary Settings change using Samsung keyboard
  2. SVE-2021-19221 (CVE-2021-25334): Local permanent DoS vulnerability in wallpaper service
  3. SVE-2021-19482: Address leakage vulnerability in libhwui library
  4. SVE-2021-19507 (CVE-2021-25330): Possible access to non-existent provider
  5. SVE-2021-19528 (CVE-2021-25347): Hijacking vulnerability in Samsung Email

 


 

January 2021

Critical

  • CVE-2020-0457

High

CVE-2020-0466, CVE-2020-0465, CVE-2020-0444, CVE-2020-0455, CVE-2020-0456, CVE-2020-11138, CVE-2020-11139, CVE-2020-3685, CVE-2020-11143, CVE-2020-11136, CVE-2020-11137, CVE-2020-3691, CVE-2020-3686, CVE-2020-11140, CVE-2020-11179, CVE-2020-11146, CVE-2020-11145, CVE-2020-11144, CVE-2020-11200, CVE-2020-11214, CVE-2020-11215, CVE-2020-11212, CVE-2020-11213, CVE-2020-11119, CVE-2020-11225, CVE-2021-0313, CVE-2021-0303, CVE-2021-0306, CVE-2021-0307, CVE-2021-0310, CVE-2021-0315, CVE-2021-0317, CVE-2021-0318, CVE-2021-0319, CVE-2021-0304, CVE-2021-0309, CVE-2021-0321, CVE-2021-0322, CVE-2019-9376, CVE-2020-15999, CVE-2016-6328, CVE-2021-0311, CVE-2021-0312, CVE-2021-0316, CVE-2020-0471, CVE-2021-0308, CVE-2021-0320

Moderate

  • None

Already included in previous updates

  • CVE-2020-11167, CVE-2020-11185

Not applicable to Samsung devices

  • CVE-2020-11217, CVE-2020-11197, CVE-2020-0016, CVE-2020-0019, CVE-2020-11216

Along with Google patches, Samsung provides additional SVEs, mentioned below.

  1. SVE-2020-18731: Buffer overflow in bluetooth UART driver
  2. SVE-2020-18811 (CVE-2021-25346): Memory corruption in quram library with decoding dng
  3. SVE-2020-19174: Out of bounds access vulnerability in mali GPU driver

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