Samsung rolled out February 2022 security update for Galaxy A51

[UPDATED ON 02/03/22] Samsung is now rolling out the February 2022 security patch for Samsung Galaxy A51 in the United States. The update comes with the firmware version A515USQS7CVB1. Though this update is only available on carrier network Xfinity Mobile in US, it will be available for other carrier networks as well.

[ORIGINAL POST] Samsung started to roll out their latest February 2022 security patch update four days ago. The Galaxy S20 and Note 20 were the first ones to get it. But slowly they are going to avail this update all over the world. As of now, Samsung released the February 2022 security patch update for another Galaxy device – Galaxy A51!

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The latest Samsung Galaxy A51 February 2022 update comes with a firware version A515FXXS5EVA1 that helps you identify them. For now, this update is available only for Galaxy A51 users of Brazil, but looking at Samsung’s track record, it will be available globally pretty soon. The size of the update is almost 162 MB.

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Though Samsung has not released any features or major changes that this update will bring on, we can assume they will do that in the upcoming week. We all know that the purpose of this update is to make your phone more stable and secured. But other that that, we don’t have any specifications as off now. We will inform you guys as soon as we get it.

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If you are from Brazil and currently have a Galaxy A51 mobile, you can now download this latest January 2022 update using the following steps:

Menu key – Settings – About phone – Software updates – Check for Updates – Download and Install update

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