Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets August security patch

Sagar, 14 August 2019

Samsung has released a new software update for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e which bumps up the Android security patch level on these smartphones to August 1, 2019.

This new update sports version number G97*FXXS3ASH1 and requires a small download of around 100MB. However, apart from the latest security patch, the changelog doesn't mention anything, so it's unlikely to bring new features to the Galaxy S10 trio.

Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets August security patch

Samsung is seeding the update in around 20 countries already including Romania, Germany, Greece, Switzerland, Ireland, Poland, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Czech Republic, Netherlands, France, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, and the Nordic region.

If you haven't received an update prompt on your S10, S10+ or S10e yet, you can check for the update manually by heading to the Settings > Software update menu of your device.

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  • Anonymous

The July Security update with Dedicated Night Mode was already released by Samsung for US Unlocked S10's two weeks ago. You may have to manually check again

Meanwhile LATAM version recieved July update a week ago. Good job Samsung, flagships always getting it late.

I'm still waiting for this update to come to my S10, maybe I need to wait a bit longer since I bought this from one of the local carriers in my country.