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Samsung restarts Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for Galaxy S10 devices



Samsung started the rollout of One UI 3.0 based on the Android 11 update for the Galaxy S10 series earlier this month. Amidst reports of heating and camera issues, the company abruptly stopped it last week. Today, it has resumed the update again according to a Sammobile report.

Samsung restarts Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for Galaxy S10 devices

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ users in Switzerland are getting the update with firmware version G975FXXU9EUA4 via OTA(Over-The-Air). This latest firmware comes a few days after the company pulled the plug on a buggy firmware rollout. Apparently, users who tried the initial Android 11 rollout, were facing issues like Overheating and Camera Blur.

That said, Samsung seems to have solved all the shortcomings as it has restarted the update in Europe. If you are someone who is living in Switzerland, try out the new firmware by navigating to Settings-> Software Update->Download and install. For those new, the update will upgrade your device to the latest Android 11.

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Additionally, it increments the One UI to 3.0. Meanwhile, Samsung has already moved on to One UI 3.1 with the Galaxy S21 launch. There are rumors that the Galaxy S10 series, along with other older flagships(up to 2019) will get the new UI for sure.


Anyway, with this update, you can expect features of Android 11 like chat bubbles(conversations), media controls, improved permission management, and organized notifications. Plus, you can get the taste of One UI 3.0 features as well.

The update is sure to expand to other regions in the coming days. If you find any issue with the new update, you can always report on Samsung community forums or down in the comments below.

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