July Samsung Galaxy S10 update starts in the Netherlands
Samsung starts today with the July update for the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10e in the Netherlands. The devices get the latest security patch from Google and Samsung themselves.
Galaxy S10 update July 2020
This morning, the new security update is rolling in on the first Galaxy S10 models in the Netherlands and Belgium. The approximately 133MB download brings the devices to firmware version G97xFXXS7CTF3. The "S" in the firmware version confirms that no functional changes or updates are installed. This really only concerns improvements in the security of the device.
The July patch contains 21 minor and minor fixes for the Android operating system. In addition, there are also 14 improvements for Samsung's own applications and interface. One is specific to the camera software, and the reactivation lock is also updated again. Additionally, a bug that causes phones to crash sometimes when setting a background image with a high (UHD) resolution is fixed.
At the time of writing, the Over The Air (OTA) update is available on the Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10 Plus. This applies to appliances in the Netherlands and in Belgium. If you bought your Galaxy S10 model directly from Vodafone or T-Mobile, you usually have to be patient as usual. The update will also appear for this, but only later this month.
You will automatically receive a notification as soon as the update is available on your Galaxy S10. You can manually check whether you can already download it via Settings -> Software update -> Download and install. Have you already received the update? Do you encounter any more changes?
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