Samsung Galaxy S24 Receives Update with March Security Patch and More

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is receiving its second software update, bringing the latest March 2024 security patch to users. This update follows the initial firmware release in February that focused on camera improvements and display adjustments.

Early rollout for Europe with March Security Patch:

The update, currently available in Canada, Germany, Italy, and other European regions, carries the build number AXBG. Here's a breakdown of the software build numbers for each Galaxy S24 model:
Samsung Galaxy S24 Series
Samsung Galaxy S24 Series
  • Galaxy S24: S921USQS1AXBG
  • Galaxy S24+: S926USQS1AXBG
  • Galaxy S24 Ultra: S928USQS1AXBG
While Samsung hasn't provided detailed information on specific changes, the highlight remains the inclusion of the March security patch. This update ensures your device is protected against the latest security vulnerabilities.

The update size varies across models, with the Galaxy S24 Ultra weighing in at around 756MB, while the other models are approximately 428MB.
S24 Software Update
Samsung releases another Galaxy S24 update with March security patch.

Maintaining the Update Lead:

Samsung has a reputation for being among the first smartphone manufacturers to release monthly security updates. While the February update arrived slightly later than usual for flagship Galaxy devices, Samsung is back on track with the March update, releasing it even before Google.

Other Galaxy phones, like the Galaxy S23 and Z Fold 5, are expected to receive the March patch later in March. This coincides with the expected rollout of the One UI 6.1 update, featuring new Galaxy AI capabilities, planned for late March.

How to Check for the Update:

Galaxy S24 users can check for the update by navigating to Settings > Software update > Download and install. Carrier-locked devices might experience a slight delay, but unlocked models worldwide should receive the update within the next few days.

This update ensures your Galaxy S24 remains secure and protected against the latest threats. If you haven't received it yet, keep checking your software update settings for the notification.