Update [May 22, 2019]: AT&T is now rolling out a similar update to the S10 trio of phones with the same build number as Verizon’s – ASD9. The update is airborne and weighs 185.5MB, 188.6MB, and 186.9MB for the S10e, S10, and S10 Plus, respectively. The original post continues below.
Verizon Wireless is rolling out new software updates to Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus with the latest May 2019 security patches.
The carrier becomes the last among the big four to release this same update to the S10 trio and like the rest, there is still no sign of the much-anticipated dedicated Night mode in the camera app.
This feature was released for the global version a while ago and we expected it to accompany this month’s update, unfortunately, the wait is still on.
Verizon is rolling out the update to the S10e as version G970USQS1ASD9 while the standard S10’s version is G973USQS1ASD9. If you own the S10 Plus, the update is arriving as version G975USQS1ASD9.
All three updates are airborne, meaning you may have to wait for a few days before your unit gets the OTA download notification.
Mine popped up and downloaded before the day of.
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