Galaxy Tab S4 LTE starts receiving Android 10 update with One UI 2.1
Samsung has finally started rolling out the Android 10 update to the Galaxy Tab S4. The new software update is now rolling out to users in France, but it is currently limited to the LTE variant of the tablet. The Wi-Fi only variant of the Galaxy Tab S4 might get the update after a few weeks.
The new software update for the Galaxy Tab S4 LTE (SM-T835) comes with firmware version T835XXU4CTF5, and it brings One UI 2.1 to the tablet. The June 2020 security patch is also a part of the new update. Since this is a significant update, it will likely have a large file size, so we recommend using Wi-Fi to download the latest software build.
The Android 10 update brings improved Dark Mode, refreshed icons and colors, smoother animations, and Google’s full-screen navigation gestures to the Galaxy Tab S4. Other features include Digital Wellbeing, Music Share, Quick Share, Samsung Daily (replaces Bixby Home), and the newer Gallery app. The update also brings an improved layout in the camera app, better text over wallpapers, and a redesigned Device Care section.
Stock apps such as Calculator, Calendar, Contacts, My Files, Reminders, Samsung Internet, and Samsung Keyboard have received new features and design with the Android 10 update on the Galaxy Tab S4. The SmartThings panel has been replaced with Media and Devices in the Quick Settings area. Improved Accessibility features include a better high-contrast keyboard, large text layouts, and the ability to listen to live speech.
If you’re a Galaxy Tab S4 LTE user in France, you might have received the notification for the Android 10 update by now. If you haven’t received it already, you can check for the update manually by navigating to Settings » Software Update and tapping Download and install. Alternatively, you can download the full firmware from our firmware section and flash it manually.