Samsung’s November 2021 security patch is now hitting even more Galaxy phones internationally

When it comes to the end of another month, Samsung has released its next Android security patch a little early again, just like last time. Starting in Germany, the company gives out patches for the international Galaxy S21 series in November, beginning with the US.

This is how it works:¬†The One UI 4 beta three is based on the November patch, which we saw a few days ago. Betas don’t count, though. The update was spotted by Reddit user¬†u/iamnotkurtcobain. It doesn’t look like it adds anything new to the security and bug fixes already in place.

In October, the new pet portrait mode was added to the Z Fold3, and the S21 series running the beta isn’t there. In this case, it could mean that One UI 3.1.1 and above must be used for the feature to work. This means that everything else, except for foldable phones, will have to wait until Android 12 to try it out. Only people in Germany have seen the November 2021 patch so far. It should not be long before other devices and countries get a piece of the action as well. As that happens, we’ll keep this article up to date.

Galaxy S9 series

  • Galaxy S9: G960FXXSHFUJ2, released November 2nd
  • Galaxy S9+: G96xFXXSHFUJ2, released November 2nd

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