Samsung Galaxy Note10 receives yet another Android 10 beta with more bug fixes
Last week Samsung rolled out an Android 10-based beta update for the Galaxy Note10 series that came with several major bug fixes. But there are still some bugs to be squashed as the Korean giant has released yet another beta build for the Note10 duo.Samsung Galaxy Note10
The new build carries version number G97**XXU1ZSL4 and weighs around 540MB in size. It fixes reboots when playing music, lack of vibration when separating the S-Pen, and apps failing to run normally even after granting all required permissions.
You can check out the screenshot below for more details.
This beta build is rolling out over the air and you can get it by heading over to the Settings > Software update menu of your device.
The Galaxy Note10 pair is slated to get the stable build of Android 10 in January 2020. But seeing how Samsung is still weeding out bugs from the beta version, it seems the Korean conglomerate is unlikely to release the stable build of Android 10 ahead of schedule as it did for the Galaxy S10 series.
Today Samsung released 5th Beta update to Note 10 users in India
- 11 Dec 2019
- Kyxo 0
Im using ios and android, both of them is having a good and bad issue Android : Much more costumize able, os support just for 2 years what a cheapskates Ios : OS support much much better than android, charging time still so slow than android I...
- 08 Dec 2019
Still better than iOS buggy updates.
- 07 Dec 2019