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New Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta update out with notable fixes

Samsung is racing to the finish line by releasing yet another beta Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 series. This is the seventh beta update overall and is currently rolling out in the United States for the unlocked models and in South Korea, with software version G97*U1UEU2ZSKL for the former and G97*NKSU3ZSKL for the latter.

The new beta seems to fix a number of serious problems. There’s something called “reset issue of device”, a crash of the home screen, and a hanging issue because of Wi-Fi, among others, which you can see in the screenshot below. Given the nature of the bug fixes included in this update, we’re assuming Samsung will release it to beta users in other countries soon, although it wasn’t available outside the US and South Korea at the time of this writing.

As always, you can grab the latest beta from the Settings » Software update menu on your Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ by tapping the Download and install option. The update size varies between 130 MB to 200 MB depending on device and country.

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HFL087
HFL087

In Samsung members in Israel the stable version be out in January 2020

mateusz1807
mateusz1807

an update is also available in Poland

geops
geops

any news on the s9 series beta??

Cyril692
Cyril692

hello, you still think that the beta for Note 10 will arrive in France? Or it’s now too late.
Sorry that my comment is not related to the article.

Anonymous
Anonymous

note 10 enrollment is closed now.