Samsung’s working diligently in carrying One UI 3 to its cell phone lineup and recently pushed the update to the Galaxy S10 series. Shockingly, the organization ran into some camera and overheating issues with the Android 11-based firmware and needed to pull the update briefly. It would seem that these issues ought to be a relic of times gone by. Samsung is distributing the update once more, as expressed in the Verizon changelog and covered by SamMobile.
The new firmware is turning out as version G975FXXU9EUA4. It would seem that Switzerland and US clients on Verizon are among the first to get it. In the event that you want to update to the new Android 11 form as quickly as possible, you could have a go at using Samsung’s Smart Switch PC application. There’s no assurance it’ll work, yet in case you’re eager to get Android 11 with a functional camera and no warm issues, it merits an attempt.
The original Android 11 update began turning out to the Galaxy S10e and S10 5G in Switzerland and, somewhat later, India, weighing in at around 1.8GB and accompanying the January security patch. With the bugs currently fixed, it’s conceivable just a short time until we see a more extensive rollout internationally.
Up until now, Samsung has worked really hard turning out One UI 3.0 to its gadgets, and this is the most concerning issue with the Android 11 update we’ve known about. With it currently back on track, Samsung is as yet getting the best of a large portion of its competition, as well as enhancing a year ago’s Android 10 plan.