After some issues with updating to Android 10 and One UI 3.0, Samsung has taken over extending the software to all Samsung Galaxy S10s. The owners of these phones They should update shortly with the OTA being deployed, also via the Samsung Switch computer program.
Samsung brings Android 11 to a good part of its catalog of smartphones and tablets. And it doesn’t do it alone, that its recent version of the layer, One UI 3.0, accompanies the update (the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet was luckier, it received the One UI 3.1 from the Samsung Galaxy S21). One UI 3.0 usually arrives without noticeable drawbacks, but some owners of Samsung Galaxy S10 were not so lucky
Samsung fixes issues in One Ui 3.0 for Galaxy S10
It is not known what were the errors noted with the update of the Samsung Galaxy S10, the brand has not communicated them. Yes, they must have involved some risk because it is unusual for Samsung to stop an already released stable update
As SamMobile points out, the update notice is starting to jump again among Samsung Galaxy S10 owners who missed one a week ago. In the Samsung forums, many are complaining about the disappearance of the firmware, but they still have to wait a bit: that the update is released does not imply that it will soon reach all Galaxy S10s
The firmware version is numbered G975FXXU9EUA4, weighs around 2 GB and lands with the January 2021 security patch. To check its availability, it is advisable to go to the phone settings, under “Software update“. If One UI 3.0 and Android 11 are available, the new version will appear by clicking “Download and Install”.
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