One UI 2.1 update brings NavStar support on Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S10

The One UI 2.1 update brings various Galaxy S20 features to the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10. Apart from new camera features, the update also brings the April 2020 Android security patch and support for NavStar. The One UI 2.1 update has been released in the US and some other countries.

Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 users had reported that NavStar wasn’t working on their smartphones after the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0. Later, the March 2020 security patch was released to the phones, bringing support for NavStar 2.0, but some users still complained about the Good Lock module not working on their devices.

Samsung had acknowledged the NavStar compatibility issue last month. With the One UI 2.1 update, NavStar finally seems to be working on compatible smartphones. Users can now customize the UI navigation bar on Galaxy smartphones. The new update also comes with a few bug fixes, but the overlapping issue between show and hide button hasn’t been fixed yet, and the company says that it will be fixed with the upcoming One UI 2.5 update.

NavStar is one of the Good Lock modules, and it can be used to customize the look and feel of the UI navigation bar on Samsung’s Android smartphones. It can be used to change the color of the navigation bar, customize the icons, and add other useful buttons to the navigation bar.

Make sure to update your phone to the latest software version and install the latest version of NavStar (v2.0.00.2), which was released earlier today.

Categories: Phone
Tags: Galaxy Note 10Galaxy Note 10 PlusGalaxy S10Galaxy S10 5GGalaxy S10 PlusGalaxy S10eOne UI 2.1

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  • Still waiting for this new update in the middle east for Note 10 / Note 10+

  • im in georgia tbilisi and why i cant get this update ? can some tell me how to get update ?

  • One UI 2.1 available today here in Nepal on 06-04-2020 🙏.
    Hope this new update will be 🔥.😎🤓😷

  • Yet Samsung will not bring this update to the Note 9 to return the pro video mode that was taken away with the long awaited "upgrade" to Pie. Ever increasing prices, only to major OS updates for devices that cost over a thousand dollars at release and deletion of useful features will make my current phone my last Samsung.

  • Uh...I use NavStar on the S10e and the moment they pushed the Android 10 update for the app it started working on Android 10. It definitely didn't need an OS update to fix that. So it might have been a bug in specific ROMs.