Galaxy S20 FE Become The First Phone To Get The August 2023 Security Update

Galaxy S20 FE August 2023 security update

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (SM-G780G) has become the first Samsung smartphone to receive the August 2023 security patch update

The updates will bring the smartphone privacy and security improvement. More smartphones and tablet may get the August 2023 security patch update in the up coming weeks.

Galaxy S20 FE August 2023 Security Update

The update of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE  are coming with the firmware version G780GXXS6EWG9. The update now are rolling out in some country such Bolivia, Brazil, Guatemala, Paraguay, and Trinidad & Tobago. 

The update are bring only security improvement, so don’t expect that you’ll get any new features update or performance improvement for your Galaxy S20 FE.

If you are the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE user and live on the above mentioned country to you can check your smartphone updates by going to Setting > Software update and tap on Download and install.

If you know how to flash your Samsung Galaxy smartphone you also can download the new firmware from the SamMobile firmware database and flash your Galaxy device manually.

A Quick Flashing Galaxy Smartphone Instruction

Use odin to flash samsung galaxy smartphone


So to flash you Samsung Galaxy smartphone device you’ll require an a computer, Odin tools and firmware files for flashing, so to get start flashing you device you need to do the following instructions below:

  1. Download Latest version Odin tool to your computer.
  2. Download your Galaxy firmware file to your computer.
  3. Download and Install Samsung drive on your computer if you not yet installed.
  4. Extract your firmware file from the zip file.
  5. Open Odin tool and add the BL, AP, CP, and CSC to Odin tool.
  6. Connect your phone to your computer and Start button when it connected.

Note: Flashing your Samsung Galaxy smartphone will erase your all you data (like you factory reset your phone) on your phone, so make sure to do backup your phone before you decide to do the manually flash your device.

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