One UI 4.1 w/ Android 12 arrives on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (Lite), S7 FE

In the previous couple of days, Samsung has launched One UI 4.1 replace for lots of of its flagship fashions. However whilst the corporate’s smartphones are getting the most recent iteration of One UI in response to Android 12, maximum of its capsules are caught on older variations of Android. Fortunately, the Korean OEM is in any case on the point of unlock a instrument replace for the pill lineup. The Galaxy Tab S6, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, and Galaxy Tab S7 FE are the most recent to obtain the One UI 12 replace in response to Android 4.1.

Galaxy Tab S6

The strong One UI 4.1 replace for the Galaxy Tab S6 is lately to be had for customers within the DBT area, which is Samsung’s inner code for Germany. Tagged as new construct T865XXU5DVC3, is for the worldwide 4G model of the pill. This unlock extends the Android Safety Patch Stage (SPL) to February 2022.

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Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

The “lite” model of the Galaxy Tab S6 has additionally won the Android 12 replace. bearing model quantity P615XXU4EVC5, One UI 4.1 firmware comes with March 2022 safety patchset. The replace is lately to be had in France for the LTE variant of the pill (style quantity SM-P615).

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Galaxy Tab S7 FE

One UI 4.1 replace for Galaxy Tab S7 FE arrives in instrument model T736BXXU1BVC2, The Android 12-based construct additionally bumps up the Android safety patch stage to February 2022. The preliminary rollout is proscribed to the worldwide 5G style (SM-T736B) as of now, however different variants are anticipated to get OTA quickly.

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Remember the fact that Samsung is rolling out the replace in batches, so you will have to attend a couple of days prior to the OTA notification will seem in your pill. If you wish to skip the queue, get the most recent unlock at once from the corporate’s Firmware Replace Server (FUS) and flash it manually in your Galaxy software.


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