The Samsung Galaxy S10 Android 11 update has been halted –


Samsung’s (*10*)laborious at paintings in bringing One UI 3 to its smartphone lineup and best lately driven the update to the Galaxy S10 sequence. Unfortunately, it looks as if the corporate bumped into some critical issues of the Android 11-based firmware because it has since pulled the discharge — its OTA servers level to the newest One UI 2.5 model once more. As (*8*) reviews, homeowners whinge about blurry pictures and units heating up.

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The Android 11 update in the beginning began rolling out to the Galaxy S10e and S10 5G in Switzerland and, just a little later, India, weighing in at round 1.8GB and coming with the January safety patch.

If you are caught at the buggy Android 11 construct, you may have to attend some time till Samsung pushes a repair. Once one is to be had, it is advisable to check out the use of (*11*)Samsung’s Smart Switch PC app to get the brand new firmware as rapid as conceivable. There’s no ensure it’s going to paintings, however in case you are impatient to get a practical digicam and a cooler software once more, it is price a check out.

So a long way, Samsung has completed (*12*)a excellent process rolling out One UI 3.0 to its units, and that is the largest downside with the Android 11 update we have heard of up to now. Let’s hope that the corporate can push out a repair in a well timed means and resume its One UI 3.0 rollout in a well timed model — Samsung has been beating maximum of its festival to the punch so far, in addition to making improvements to on final yr’s Android 10 timetable.

We’ll be protecting this web page up to date when One UI 3 rolls out once more, in addition to the common S10 and S10+.

Android 11 update pulled

Samsung has halted the Android 11 rollout following lawsuits about sizzling units and blurry pictures. We’ve up to date our protection accordingly.

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  • Siddhant Gahlot & Marius

Richard Gao contributed to this text.

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