Firmware

Galaxy S10 Lite owners in the US can now download the latest security update

It’s been a little under two weeks since the international variant of the Galaxy S10 Lite began receiving the July 2021 security update, and now, Samsung is turning its attention towards the unlocked model in the USA.

Unlocked Galaxy S10 Lite owners in the USA can identify the latest update by firmware version G770U1UES3DUF2. This bit of detail indicates that the new firmware update doesn’t bring any new features to One UI aside from improved security and a handful of included fixes.

Improving Bluetooth and Android Auto stability

The July 2021 security patch is the main point of this new update, and as you may have already learned, this month’s security release covers various issues, some of which are affecting Bluetooth connectivity and Android Auto. If the Galaxy S10 Lite is giving you issues and stops working when running Android Auto, then the latest security patch should address all that.

Galaxy S10 Lite users in the USA should receive an update notification at any moment, but they can also open the Settings app on the phone, access Software update, and tap Download and install to attempt to trigger the update process. As usual, SamMobile readers can download the latest firmware from our firmware database and install it manually without having to wait for the OTA notification to arrive.

  • Model: SM-G770U1
  • Dimensions: Bar: 162.5 x 75.6 x 8.1 mm
  • Display: 6.7 inch / 170.18 mm Super AMOLED Plus
  • CPU: Snapdragon 855
  • Camera: 48MP
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