Samsung Galaxy M21 Gets Android 12 With One UI 4.1 On Top

Samsung has been hard at work rolling out One UI 4.1 to its cheap and mid-range handsets after revamping its flagship portfolio. The Galaxy A52 4G and Galaxy M62 received the stable One UI 4.1 upgrade earlier this month, followed by the Galaxy A32 5G and Galaxy M31 a week later. The original Galaxy M21 is the most recent device to receive One UI 4.1.

Samsung has begun handing out the stable One UI 4.1 Core upgrade based on Android 12 to the Galaxy M21, according to sources on Samsung Community (SM-M215F). The upgrade is around 2GB in size and includes April 2022 security fixes, among other things. The software version M215FXXU2CVCC is now being rolled out to customers in India. It’s worth noting that the device receiving the update is the original Galaxy M21 (released in 2020). The Android 12 update has not yet been applied to the Galaxy M21 2021 edition (SM-M215G).

For those unfamiliar with One UI Core, it’s a stripped-down version of One UI that Samsung includes with its cheap phones. Some of the capabilities present in the complete One UI 4.0/4.1 experience will likely be absent from One UI Core 4.1.

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How to install the update?

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy M21 can expect to receive the new update in the coming days. Go to Settings > Software Update to manually check. You can download the new release directly from Samsung’s Firmware Update Server (FUS) and manually flash it on your Galaxy smartphone if you don’t want to wait.

Important features of One UI 4.1

Color palette

Make your phone stand out with custom colours depending on your wallpaper. Your chosen colours will appear on your phone’s menus, buttons, backgrounds, and apps.


One UI 4.1 has a powerful privacy protection system to ensure that your personal information does not end up in the wrong hands.

Permission info at a glance

In Permission use, see when each app accesses crucial permissions like Location, Camera, or Microphone. Any apps that you don’t trust can have their permissions revoked.

Camera and microphone indicators

Keep inquisitive eyes and ears at a safe distance. When an app uses the camera or microphone, a green dot appears in the upper right corner of the screen. You may also utilize fast panel controls to prevent all apps from utilizing the camera or microphone for a limited time.

Approximate location

Don’t reveal your actual location. You can limit access to your general region for apps that don’t need to know your specific location.

Day or night at a glance

Make a pal on the other side of the globe! It’s much easy to figure out what the best time is to contact them. Depending on whether it’s day or night, the dual clock widget now displays different backdrop colours for each city.

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