Stable Android 10 update for Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e released!

Samsung has officially done it. Breaking its last year’s Android rollout record, the South Korean OEM has started rolling out the stable build of Android 10-based One UI 2 for the Galaxy S10 family.

As per the Android 10 roadmap, the Galaxy S10 devices weren’t supposed to get the highly anticipated update before December. So, this release has come as a pleasant surprise to the users  — a Thanksgiving miracle, if you will.

The update is currently rolling out in Germany and can be identified by its software version BSKO — G970FXXU3BSKO for S10e, G973FXXU3BSK0 for S10, and G975FXXU3BSK0 for S10+. Coming to size, the OTA weighs around 140MB for users who participated in the One UI beta program and approximately 2GB for others.

Apart from Android 10-based features and upgrades, the OTA also brings the December 2019 security patch. With S10 out of the way, Samsung is expected to turn its attention to Note 10 and Note 9 devices, both of which are deep into the beta program.

As it’s an incremental rollout, it could be a while before your S10 gets the automatic update notification. To check for it manually, go to Settings > Software update > Download and install.

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