The most recent Galaxy S10 update, which happens to be the third with the May 2019 security fix, is taking off more rapidly.
The update was at first released in Germany and Switzerland recently. The new update has the same changelog as the past two May security updates.
Samsung launched the first May 2019 security fix ( XXU1ASE5) for the Galaxy S10 towards the end of May. Be that as it may, the update was removed when it was observed to cause difficult issues for certain users. The firm at that point released a hotfix update (XXU1ASE6) to deal with those issues.
Unfortunately, in the midst of all the chaos around, the update launch somehow messed up. The Galaxy S10 users in certain markets did not get the hotfix update, however just the first bug-filled May security update. Still now in a couple of others, the device is still on the April 2019 security fix.
The new update, which has the software version XXU1ASE7, should now settle things down for everybody. All things considered, it’s a significant update, as it altogether improves the Night mode on the Galaxy S10 camera.
The drill for getting the most recent update is as usual. You have to download it over the air from the Settings > Software update menu on your phone.
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