Samsung started rolling out the stable Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 update a few weeks ago. However, the company ended up pulling the update last week. It didn't provide any clarification as to why this was done, but the update's rollout was halted nonetheless.
Multiple users had reported some issues with the update which is probably why it was pulled. Samsung seems to have resolved the issues as it's now rolling out the update once again.
Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 update is rolling out once again
We alerted you last week when Samsung had halted the rollout of the Galaxy S10 Android 11 update. The firmware was no longer being distributed over-the-air or through SmartSwitch. This meant that users who hadn't already upgraded were unable to do so.
It later emerged that there were some issues with the update. Many users had complained about the device heating up. Others were having issues with camera blur. Clearly, there was something that needed fixing. That's why Samsung decided to stop the release for a few days.
The company appears to be satisfied now that the issues users were facing have been fixed. It's rolling out firmware version G975FXXU9EUA4 for the Galaxy S10 again. Users who didn't get a chance to upgrade before can do so now.
Switzerland is one of the first markets to receive the latest Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 firmware. It goes without saying that Samsung will soon roll it out to other markets as well.