Sprint releases 0-day software update for its Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+

Sprint Galaxy S10 update

If you ordered either of Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e on pre-order, you must have be receiving your unit anytime now. If you are on Sprint, a new software update also awaits you.

Sprint today released new OTA update for the trio of Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e. The update is dubbed ASBA, with the full software version being G973USQU1ASBA for the S10, G975USQU1ASBA for the S10 Plus, and G970USQU1ASBA for the S10e.

Sprint also gave us a bit of changelog, which states that the update brings improvements to the device’s performance and fixes for software related issues. However, we know better: This is the same update that allows you to remap the Bixby button to a variety of tasks, even open a Google Assistant (and much. much more).

It’s an exciting update that you should definitely install right away.

In other news, we are glad to report that the first firmware for the S10 sets is available for download. Even though we are yet to get the firmware for each variant, including the Sprint and the other U.S. variants, at least we have got a start here.

Using a firmware, you can fix your device for any software issues you may be experiencing as the firmware is a complete OS and brings your device Back To Stock. The firmware also helps you unroot the device, or uninstall TWRP recovery.

If the Samsung Pay app stopped working for you, installing the firmware will restore things, and you get Samsung Pay working again.


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