New bug-fixing Galaxy S10 update now available in more countries
Samsung is now rolling out the newest Galaxy S10 update in a handful of more countries, following its debut in Switzerland earlier this week. The new update (XXU1ASE6) is the second one that has been issued to the Galaxy S10 lineup this month and brings fixes for the freezing issues users had been facing with the first May security update. At the moment, we can confirm it is out in Germany, India, and Russia, and it shouldn’t be long before more countries join the party.
The new update does seem to fix all problems: Our devices here at SamMobile are running fine after installing it, and many of our readers have also confirmed to us that that’s indeed the case. Samsung was pretty quick with releasing the bug-fixing update, which is good considering the severity of the issues that have been plaguing users after installing the previous update. Now, they can simply enjoy all the camera improvements instead of worrying about when their S10e, S10, or S10+ might start up acting again.
The drill for grabbing the new update is the same as always: Open the Settings app on your Galaxy S10, select Software update, then select the Download and install option to start downloading the update over the air. If it doesn’t show up for you right away, be sure to check back in a little while as these updates are released in phases and can take some time to reach every user. You can also download the new software through our firmware database and flash it on your phone using a Windows PC.
Already updated? Tell us if the update fixes things for your phone down in the comments; also leave a comment to let us know if the update is available for you in a country other than the ones listed above.