The Galaxy S23 gets its first software update

News Summary:

  • Firmware version S91xBXXU1AWBD is the most recent software update for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Most of Europe is currently receiving the new update, and we anticipate that other nations will follow suit soon. Particularly in the US, carrier-locked smartphones will not receive updates before their unlocked counterparts.

  • Samsung has already released the first software update for its most recent high-end smartphones, the Galaxy S23, which has just begun to reach its first customers. The February 2023 security update, which increases the phone’s security, is now available for the Galaxy S23 series. Additionally, it might include bug fixes for issues encountered by early customers and reviewers.

We advise you to use a Wi-Fi network to download the most recent update because it is over 567MB in size.

Samsung has committed to providing the Galaxy S23 series with four significant Android OS updates. The lineup’s One UI 5.1, which is based on Android 13 as of launch, will be upgraded to Android 17 in the future.

You can now check for the new update if you own a Galaxy S23 series device and reside in Europe by going to Settings » Software update and selecting Download and install. Additionally, you can manually flash the new firmware using the Odin software by downloading the file from our firmware database.