In the past week, Samsung released Android 13 stable update for the Galaxy S22. However the The update was limited to Asia Y European countries. A few days later, the stable update also arrived on carrier-locked Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra in the US. Now even the unlocked variant of smartphones have started receiving the update.
the android 13 update for carrier unlocked versions of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+and the Galaxy S22 Ultra comes with firmware version S90xU1UEU2BVJA. The update brings One UI 5.0, which brings a refreshed user interface design to smartphones. The new software also brings improved widgets, stacked widgets, better privacy, improved security, and faster performance. still using the October 2022 security patch.
If you have an unlocked Galaxy S22 series smartphone in the US, you can now download and install the One UI 5.0 stable update on your device by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install. Alternatively, you can download the new firmware file from our firmware database and update it manually.
What’s new in the Galaxy S22 Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update?
Samsung A 5.0 user interface The beta update for the Galaxy S22 brings a refreshed user interface design, with the expanded color palette feature, inspired by Google’s Material You design language. The update also brings Stacked Widgets, a redesigned notification area with larger icons and multitasking gestures. It also brings the Connected Devices section, where you can see all the settings related to accessories and connected devices.
The South Korean firm has also brought together privacy and security features under one roof, making it easy to browse and keep you safe. There are per-app language settings, improved accessibility features, newer emojis, more keyboard layouts and languages, and improved search and sorting in stock apps. You can also extract text from images in the Gallery app or through live view from the Camera app. Based on the selected text, One UI also displays suggested actions.
The Camera app has been improved. It now has a simpler UI design and offers histogram in Pro mode. There is also a new watermark option. Bixby has improved the performance and understanding of natural language. Bixby Routines has been renamed to Modes & Routines, and Modes is easier to use.
Other features include the ability to disable RAMPlusEnhanced Digital Wellbeing, improvements to the Edge panel, and the Wi-Fi Diagnostic Tool. Samsung it has also made it easy to edit images and videos. You can add various emojis, stickers, text styles, animations, and transitions.
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