Samsung Resumes Galaxy S22 One UI 6.1 Update Rollout

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Earlier this month, Samsung began rolling out One UI 6.1 to its 2022 handsets. Shortly after, though, the company halted the deployment of the Galaxy S22 series. But now that’s back on the table.

A bug in the One UI 6.1 upgrade forced the company to halt the deployment shortly after it began, and before it affected customers worldwide. The update includes some AI features and other improvements to Samsung’s Android 14 update. One user points out that the upgrade caused certain devices to become bricked, which is the reason for the stop.

Tarun Vats, who closely monitors Samsung’s software builds, reports that the corporation has finally resumed its deployment.

In South Korea, the home country of Samsung, users of Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra handsets should anticipate One UI 6.1 rolling out to their devices starting today. Each device now has a new build number, S908NKSU3EXE1, S908NOKR3EXE1, and S908NKSU3EXD7, for the upgrade.

Since this is a significant software update, be sure to download it over a wireless network. Before applying the latest update, remember to backup all of your personal data from the phone. Circle to Search, text-to-language translation in images, real-time language translation in calls and messages, webpage summarization on Samsung Internet, generative AI-powered image editing, AI-powered wallpaper creation, and more are all included in this update.

The update’s general release date is unknown, but Samsung is probably going to push it out sooner given that the bugs have been fixed.


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