Samsung Galaxy M42 5G and Galaxy XCover 5 are being up to date to Android 13-based One UI 5.0. The newest replace for each telephones will deliver the newest model of Google’s Android working system together with Samsung’s One UI 5.0 interface. Customers will even achieve entry to customisation options, efficiency enhancements and extra. Along with these, the One UI 5.0 replace has additionally added the November 2022 safety patches.
In response to a SamMobile report, the One UI 5 replace is now rolling out to all Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 customers in Europe. The secure Android 13 replace for the Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 reportedly comes with the November 2022 safety patch together with all the newest safety fixes. Galaxy XCover 5 newest OS replace additionally carries Android 13 firmware.
Samsung recommends that customers ought to obtain the over-the-air (OTA) replace over Wi-Fi. You are able to do this by heading to the Settings app and clicking on Software program replace > Obtain and set up.
In the meantime, the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is reportedly getting the newest Android 13 based mostly One UI 5.0 replace in India with the November 2022 safety patch and firmware model M426BXXU3CVK5. The newest replace brings a brand new option to customise the lock display, improved efficiency and UI animations, background apps administration, redesigned Settings app, and extra. You’ll be able to set up the replace by heading to the Settings app and deciding on Software program replace > Obtain and set up.
Just lately, Samsung rolled out the replace to One UI 5 replace based mostly on Android 13 for the Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy A52. The One UI 5.0 replace for the Galaxy F62 additionally comes with with the November 2022 safety patch and firmware model E625FDDU2CVK2.
In the meantime, the Samsung Galaxy A52 was additionally up to date to firmware model A525FXXU4CVJB in India. The Samsung Galaxy F62 has obtained efficiency enhancements by means of the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 replace in addition to extra customisation choices, identical to different smartphones which were up to date to the newest model of Android.