What you need to know
- The Surface Duo 2 is getting its March 2022 update.
- The update is 219MB.
- The update bumps the system from version 2022.104.111 to 2022.111.64.
Unfortunately, according to the changelog, there is not much going on in this update. The changelog notes that it only includes the March Security Patch, even though the update is still 219 MB (last month's "big" update with new drivers was 273 MB, for comparison).
- Addresses scenarios outlined in the Android Security Bulletin—March 2022.
The OS version jumps from 2022.104.111 to 2022.111.64, and we'll have to poke around to see if there are any other changes (or under the hood improvements for Microsoft's own apps).
To be fair, Microsoft did push out three big OS updates for Surface Duo 2 in December, January, and February, with new features, drivers, and many improvements. Taking a month off and letting the dust settle could be warranted.
Microsoft will likely light up some other experiences on Surface Duo 2, but there is no ETA on those, although we talk about them in our latest video.
No word on an update for Surface Duo 1, although it is likely to arrive in the coming days, if not sooner.
To grab the update on Surface Duo 2, follow these instructions:
- Connect to a Wi-Fi network.
- Select Settings on your Surface Duo 2's home screen.
- Select System.
- Select System Update.
- Select Check for update.
- Select Restart now.
The update is 219 MB, so it may take time to download depending on your current internet speeds.
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