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A year later and even with keeping up on the phone updates, many people are still having issues with the S22 galaxy

(Topic created on: 27-03-2023 12:28 AM)
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Pda2
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Glenntech
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All I can say is that my S22 Ultra was great.
I had no issues and battery life was great for me.
I got the S23 Ultra because the camera setup is slightly better
But I'd happily have kept the S22 Ultra really
I just wanted the newest version
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Robbie-35
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I've had my s22 ultra for over 6 months now and haven't had any issues battery life I'm getting 2 days with about 8-10 hrs sot. No stutters or lags and the one ui 5.1 update made it even better.
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Robbie-35
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I have exynos
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Wardycom
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Has anybody had issues with android 13 update for galaxy s22+? My daughter has the exact same phone as me appart from less memory but she has had the android 13 update but I haven't. Same network too so not sure if there's a problem with my phone.
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zombiecatchers
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I'm sorry to hear that many people are still experiencing issues with the Samsung Galaxy S22, despite keeping up with phone updates. It's possible that these issues are related to hardware or software problems that cannot be fixed through updates.

If you're experiencing issues with your Galaxy S22, there are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the problem:

  1. Restart your phone: This can often fix minor software issues and improve performance.

  2. Clear app cache and data: If you're having issues with a specific app, clearing its cache and data can sometimes help.

  3. Factory reset: If all else fails, you can try performing a factory reset on your phone. This will erase all data and restore your phone to its original settings. Be sure to back up your data before doing this.

If none of these steps solve your problem, it may be worth contacting Samsung support or taking your phone to a certified repair center. They may be able to diagnose and fix the issue.

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