Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets a new beta build with tons of bug fixes
Samsung rolled out a beta update for the Galaxy S10 a couple of days to iron out bugs related to Bluetooth tethering, volume control bar, and status bar. Today, the company released a new beta build for the S10 lineup with over a dozen bug fixes.
The new firmware fixes issues related to device reset, always-on display, file moving, Wi-Fi hanging, and Bluetooth headset noise. You can check out the screenshot below for the complete list of bug fixes.
This update weighs between 130MB and 200MB in size and is currently seeding to the unlocked units in the US and in South Korea, bearing version number G97*U1UEU2ZSKL and G97*NKSU3ZSKL, respectively.
If you are enrolled in the beta program, you can download this build by heading to the Settings > Software update menu on your device.
Have an LG and you'd know. Takes them months to even send a security update
- 03 Dec 2019
When is this being rolled out more places?
- 30 Nov 2019
I doubt it.
- 28 Nov 2019