Even though the Galaxy S10 Lite is not a flagship device, it still follows a monthly security patch schedule, and the latest update released for it by Samsung is bringing the May 2020 security patch along with it. The update carries version number G770FXXS2BTE2 and it’s rolling out in a wide variety of European countries.
The list of markets where the update is now being distributed is quite large, but includes countries like Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Romania, Portugal, Spain, the UK, and many more. You can check our firmware archive to see if the May update is now rolling out for the Galaxy S10 Lite in your country. The May 2020 security patch was detailed a couple of weeks ago. It includes fixes for numerous critical vulnerabilities found in Android OS as well as Samsung’s own software.
To grab the update, you can either tap the notification once it arrives on your phone, or open Settings, go to Software Update, and tap Download and install. As always, we offer an additional method of updating your phone; you can download the firmware and May 2020 security patch using the same link to our archive (provided above), and install it on your Galaxy S10 Lite via a Windows PC.