February 2022 update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

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February 2022 update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Samsung recently rolled out a February Android security patch update for its Samsung Galaxy A series. The new update is based on Android 11 for old Devices and Android 12 based on One UI for new devices.

February 2022 update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 update release date

Now the company has been rolling out February 2022 patch rolled out for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 in Germany. We can expect the same update for other countries as well within the next few days.

The new update includes some minor changes like bug fixes, system improvements. The updated version is T865XXU5CVB1 it also carries the February Android Security Patch update.

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Samsung reported they have fixed more than 60 bugs related to privacy and security. They have found some vulnerabilities in its Galaxy Tab Devices.

February 2022 update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

In most cases, Samsung sends a notification from the updater itself but you won’t get it yet. You should check your updater once. If you have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, you cloud to check for the update by visiting device Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.

Samsung has launched its Galaxy Tab S6 tablet back in August 2019. This is one of the power-packed tablets in this range. The Samsung galaxy tab s6 device comes with a 6GB RAM, 7040mAh battery capacity, 13MP Camera on the backside and 8 MP on the front side.

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Also, in terms of storage, the Galaxy Tab is equipped with a large 128GB of built-in internal storage. You can expand it up to 1000GB using a microSD card. The galaxy tab is available in two colours Cloud blue, Rose Blush. In terms of connectivity, the tab has Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Wi-Fi Direct.

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Please note: Check your network connection before downloading the update, use a WiFi network so that you can download it without any issues. Also, be assured that you have more than a 50% charge left on your device.

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