[Update: live in the US] Galaxy Z Fold 2 gets Android 12 based One UI 4.0

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Samsung is ahead of all other OEMs in the race of updates. So far, the Korean giant has released the stable Android 12 update to the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The next in line to get the latest package based on One UI 4.0 is Galaxy Z Fold 2.

Galaxy Z Fold 2

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[February 15, 2022]: The Android 12 based One UI 4.0 package is extending to the carrier-locked models of Galaxy Z Fold 2 in the USA. The update is rolling out through firmware version F916USQU2FVAB to the Sprint and T-Mobile carrier networks.

The original story follows below…

[December 28, 2021]: For now, the stable Android 12 x One UI 4.0 software for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is rolling out in European countries. It could extend to more regions after making sure that there are no critical bugs onboard. The users in the country can upgrade their devices to the firmware version F916BXXS2FULE which weighs around 2.5GB.

Samsung’s customized skin One UI 4.0 paired with Android 12 will render a whole new experience of using your foldable. To mention a few, it brings an overhaul to the UI with Material You design. Also, it emphasizes majorly on privacy by improving security, adding Privacy Dashboard, and more. To check the best of Android 12 features, tap on the below button.

Top Features of Android 12

Besides, Samsung has issued a detailed changelog that mentions a handful of new additions and optimizations. Moreover, the package inculcates the December 2021 security patch. You can zoom in and check out the screenshot below for precise details:

In case the OTA update does not hit your Galaxy Z Flip 2 automatically, you can navigate to Settings > Software update > Download and install.

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