[UPDATE] Now available for the U.K.
Only 11 days after the initial release of stock Android 12, Samsung have begun rolling out their second official stock update of Android 12, One UI 4, for the S21 series of international devices.
With a Build date of just 3 days ago, it would seem that this is a bugfix update.
Initially, as always, this is a staged rollout to the non-carrier branded, stock Samsung CSC codes first.
The Galaxy S21 international devices that will receive this update are...
This latest release replaces the previous G99*BXXU3BUK8build on the international devices.
It is a FOTA, (Firmware Over The Air), update and you can check... Settings > Software update... to see if it is available for you. Alternatively, you can connect to the Samsung PC suite, Smart Switch and check via that.
The update = G99*BXXU3BUKG
Download = 330.59MB
Build date = 23 November 2021
Release date = 26 November 2021
Camera version = 12.0.00.83 (no change)
One UI version = 4.0
Android Security patch = 01 November 2021
This is the 21st stable update for the Exynos model in 305 days. Average = 1 update every 15 days.
TOP TIP: Wipe the phone's cache partition and use the Galaxy App Booster after updating.
(N.B. This post will be updated as more information becomes available)
Strange! I am not experiencing any issues on this latest BUKG bugfix update specifically for the international, Exynos, device.
Are you in Germany and did you receive it last Friday?
As per post #1, it should not be too long before this Exynos, G99*B, update rolls out to the U.K. devices.
The BUKG update is now available in the U.K. for...
Samsung stock devices on CSC code BTU
EE carrier branded devices on CSC code EVR
No news on Vodafone (VOD), O2 (O2U) or Three (H3G) updates yet.
Standby for the duplicate threads on the subject.
BUKG has been released for the U.K. carrier branded devices on O2 (CSC code O2U).
No news on Vodafone (VOD) or Three (H3G) updates yet.
(See previous post for other U.K. releases)
No issues here with Play Store updates.
Have you wiped the cache and cleared the data for the Play Store and then rebooted?
Settings >Apps > Google Play Store > Storage > Clear cache/Clear data