Samsung starts rolling out Android 10 update to Galaxy A30s
Samsung has started rolling out the Android 10 update to one more mid-range smartphone. The Galaxy A30s, which was launched in mid-2019 with Android 9 on board, has started receiving the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 in a few countries.
The Android 10 update for the Galaxy A30s comes with firmware version A307FNXXU2BTD1, and it started rolling out last week. The update, which includes the March 2020 Android security patch, is currently live in a few countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Laos, Libya, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and the UAE. The software update has a file size of more than 1500MB, so we would recommend using a Wi-Fi network while downloading it.
One UI 2.0 brings various new features, including Google’s UI navigation gestures, enhanced Dark Mode, improved permissions management, refreshed UI, smoother animations, tweaked icons, a redesigned Device Care section, and more. The update also brings smart replies to messages and dynamic text color based on the wallpaper’s background shade, among other things. You can read all about One UI 2.0 and its features in our detailed article.
If you are a Galaxy A30s user in one of the countries mentioned above, you should’ve received the update notification already. You can manually check for the update by heading to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install on your device.
If you don’t want to wait for the OTA update, you can download the entire firmware from our firmware section and flash it manually. We expect the update to roll out in more countries over the next few weeks.