Samsung has recently been on a roll with software upgrades lately. The Galaxy phone-maker just recently released One UI 4.1 for the entire Galaxy S-series device up to the S10 series along with some F-series, M-series, and A-series devices as well. Today, Samsung released yet another OTA update for the flagship Galaxy S22 series with the latest May 2022 Android security patch level. This is the third consecutive OTA update for the Galaxy S22 series in one month.
May 2022 security patch for the S22 series comes with a new firmware build number AVDD. The AVDA featuring the April 2022 security patch brought salvation to the Galaxy devices with Exynos processors as it fixed several issues related to battery drain and heating problems. This is especially true for the Galaxy S22 Ultra device.
However, the May 2022 security patch is currently only rolling out to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 variants of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The OTA was first spotted in India and will soon roll out to other regions including the EU and North America.
The OTA features new firmware build S90xEXXS2AVDD and weighs around 629.19 MB in size. More countries and regions should expect this new update within the next few days.
Samsung also recently released the most anticipated One UI 4.1 firmware update for the entire Galaxy S21, Note 20, Galaxy S20, Note 10, Galaxy S10, and the Foldable series just recently. One UI 4.1 was introduced at the Galaxy S22 series and Tab S8 series launch event held just a couple of months ago.
While we wait for the upcoming Android 13 beta update via Samsung’s One UI Beta Program, you can download and install the latest security patches from Android 12.
Simply visit Settings > Software update and tap on Download and install on your Samsung device. You can also download the latest firmware file directly from Samsung Servers and flash it manually using Odin tool.