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Samsung resumes Galaxy S10 March security update roll out

Samsung released the March 2019 security update for the Galaxy S10 series three days ago. The changelog mentioned that the update also brought improvements for the Wireless PowerShare feature.

We found out later that the update had been pulled for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. Samsung didn’t say why it had halted the roll out but it presumably may have been because of a bug. Whatever it was, it seems to have been fixed because Samsung has now resumed the roll out.

There’s a new firmware version out now for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. They’re receiving G970FXXU1ASCA, G973FXXU1ASCA, and G975FXXU1ASCA in Germany, the UK and France respectively. The updates are now available over-the-air and you can also download them from our firmware section by clicking on the relevant device name.

The changelog is exactly the same as the previous update. It only mentions improvements for the Camera stability and Wireless PowerShare performance. Whatever Samsung has fixed with this release has likely been lumped into the usual slew of “bug fixes.”

Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ owners across the globe should start to receive the new firmware in the near future. The roll out has begun over-the-air but it may take some time for the update to go live for everyone. You can also check for the update manually on your device by going to the Settings » Software update menu and tapping on Download updates manually.

  • Model: SM-G970F
  • Dimensions: Bar: 142.2 x 69.9 x 7.9 mm
  • Display: 5.8 inch / 147.32 mm Dynamic AMOLED Display
  • CPU: Exynos 9820
  • Camera: 12MP

  • Model: SM-G973F
  • Dimensions: Bar: 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8 mm
  • Display: 6.1 inch / 162.5 mm Dynamic AMOLED Display
  • CPU: Exynos 9820
  • Camera: 12MP

  • Model: SM-G975F
  • Dimensions: Bar: 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm
  • Display: 6.4 inch / 162.5 mm Dynamic AMOLED Display
  • CPU: Exynos 9820
  • Camera: 12MP
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