Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra users are dealing with a variety of bugs and performance issues. While a lot of the issues are software-related, we’ve also heard about hardware problems including screen defects.
Samsung’s still working to resolve some of the lingering problems with the devices. We’ll also continue to see new issues emerge as people put more mileage on their phones.
In this guide you can learn about the current state of Galaxy S22 problems, potential fixes for these problems, places to find feedback, and what’s next in terms of Android software updates for these devices.
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Galaxy S22 Problems
Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra users are encountering performance issues and various bugs. Again, we’ve also heard about hardware problems as well.
The current list of Galaxy S22 problems includes:
- Abnormal battery drain
- Wi-Fi problems
- Bluetooth issues
- Issues with first and third-party apps
- Issues with biometrics
- An issue that prevents some users from getting messages
- Issues connecting to Galaxy Watches
- Screen defects including an issue where parts of the display turn white
- Android Auto issues
- Screen refresh issues impacting streaming apps like Netflix
- Charging issues
- Sscreen refresh issues
- GPS issues, UI lag
- Sound problems
This list will grow as people continue to use, and buy, these devices and as more Galaxy S22 users upgrade to Samsung’s latest version of Android.
Galaxy S22 Software Reviews
If you own a Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra, or if you’re thinking about buying one, keep an eye on feedback from other users.
We also recommend poking around on social media sites like Twitter and YouTube for feedback about the Galaxy S22 series’ current performance.
We’ll also provide you with the latest information about Android updates for the Galaxy S22 so keep an eye out for new information.
Prepare for Android Software Updates
Samsung and its partners will fix a lot of problems, but Android software updates often bring problems of their own.
When you use your Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra there’s a chance you’re prompted to download a new version of Android.
New updates can cause problems so you’ll want to prepare your device for the move to a new firmware.
There’s no way to predict exactly how new software will impact your phone’s performance. Some of you will see a performance boost, others will run into issues. This is precisely why you should spend some time prepping your phone for the move.
Here’s what we recommend doing before installing new software on your Galaxy S22, Galaxy 22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra:
- Backup your data.
- Get familiar with the latest Android firmware’s changes.
- Have your login information handy.
- Dig into feedback about performance.
- Cleanup your phone’s storage.
- Find fixes for potential problems.
- Check in with IT.
- Check app reviews and install updates.
Follow these steps and you should be able to avoid major issues with the latest software.
How to Fix Galaxy S22 Problems
If you encounter issues on on your Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to fix the problem on your own.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for in our guides, you should check out the XDA’s Galaxy S22 forums, your carrier support forum (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon), and the Galaxy S22 Reddit for potential fixes.
You can also get in touch with Samsung or your provider on social media sites like Twitter. Samsung’s also got a customer support line that could help.
You’ll also want to upgrade your phone to the latest firmware if an upgrade is available. Samsung’s software updates typically bring much-needed bug fixes with them.
Make sure you poke around for feedback about the latest version of Android before you make your move.
Samsung will continue to push monthly security patches to the Galaxy S22 series and, again, these updates often include bug fixes for lingering issues.
Software support for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra will last for years. Samsung currently provides five years of support to flagship devices.
If your carrier offers an Android update schedule, keep an eye on it for details about upcoming software updates. Carriers like Rogers, Fido, and Telus in Canada and Vodafone in Australia like to keep their customers informed about upcoming Android software updates.
If your carrier has a similar schedule available, you might want to bookmark it and keep an eye out for details regarding incoming software updates for your Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra model.
For more information about Android 14, One UI, and Samsung’s latest monthly update, check out our guide.
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