Samsung recently released a software update with build number ASE5 to the global Galaxy S10 trio of phones with improvements to the camera performance and security patch level to May 2019. But the update also came with issues of its own.
Affected users took to different forums to air their frustrations, something that Samsung was quick to notice and halt the update. A few days later, the Korean company resumed the rollout, but this time arriving with a newer build.
The bug-fixing update was first spotted in Switzerland, which is where the initial May update started rolling out and most users were affected. As of this writing, the wider rollout seems to have kicked off, with reports coming from other regions using the global models confirming the newer build ASE6 is now available for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+.
The update weighs 121.85MB and still carries May patches, although the changelog now includes mentions of improved Wi-Fi connectivity and camera stability.
If your S10 handset had picked up the buggy ASE5 update, now is the time to grab the latest version to ASE6. We also expect the patched version to be released to more devices in the coming days.