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Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQU6GUH4

September 19,
  • August security update
  • OneUI

Available September 19,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

To prevent download issues, there's a daily limit on downloads. If it's not available yet, check back tomorrow or after September 25, when the daily limit is lifted.

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQS5GUF1

July 15,

July security update

Available July 15,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

To prevent download issues, there's a daily limit on downloads. If it's not available yet, check back tomorrow or after July 21, when the daily limit is lifted.

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQS5GUE3

June 24,

June security update

Available June 24,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQU5GUE2

June 6,
  • May security update
  • Quick Share enhancements
  • Additional updates & improvements

Available June 6,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

 

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQU5GUCG

May 2,
  • March security update
  • Samsung OneUI

Available May 2,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

 

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQS4FUA1

February 25, February  security update

Available February 25,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

Android 11

Baseband version:

GUSQU4FTLN

February 21,
  • Android 11
  • January security update

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If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4ETK2

December 18,

December security update

Available December 18

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4ETJ2

November 21,

November security update

Available November 21,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4ETJ1

October 21,
  • October security update
  • Resolves issue with phone app crashing

Available October 21,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU4ETH7

October 4,
  • Samsung OneUI updates
  • September security patch
  • Additional updates and improvements

Available October 4,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4DTG1

August 14,

August security patch

Available August 14,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4DTF6

July 23,

July security patch

Available July 23,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU3DTE8

July 10,
  • June security patch
  • Wi-Fi Calling improvements
  • Additional bug fixes and improvements

Available July 10,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3DTD5

 

May 13, May security patch

Available May 13,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU3DTC9

April 21,
  • April security patch
  • Performance improvements & big fixes
  • Added Tips app in apps menu
  • Added AR Zone app in Samsung folder
  • Added Power off icon in quick panel

Available April 21,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3CTA3

February 9, February security patch

Available February 9,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3CTA3

February 9, February security patch

Available February 9,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2CSL1

January 12, January security patch

Available January 12,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU2CSKP

December 15,
  • Update to Android
  • WEA fix
  • RCS enhancements

Available December 15,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2BSIX

November 12,

November security patch

SSU network lock fix

Available November 12,

Android

Baseband version:

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November 1,  Available November 1,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU2BSIO

October 27,  Available October 27,

Android

Baseband version:

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Available September 17,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2ASGJ

August 29, BYOD software, August security patch, and camera enhancements

Available August 29,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2ASGC

August 9, Security patch

Available August 9,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2ASF7

June 28, Security patch

Available June 28,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS1ASD9

May 16,

Minor patches

Available May 16,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU1ASBA

March 8,

Camera and fingerprint feature enhancements

Security patches

Available March 8,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU1ASAT

March 8,

Original software version

Available March 8,

Other versions

N/A

N/A

Your device has non-T-Mobile software, and it is unsupported. The manufacturer and T-Mobile cannot update your software.

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Samsung September security update is now rolling out for these Galaxy devices

After years of Google taking the lead in rolling out security updates to their phones, Samsung has consistently been the one to debut a new month&#;s Android update in recent months. The September security update is no different, with Samsung having rolled out the upgrade to these Galaxy devices.

Samsung September security update – what&#;s new

The rollout of the September update to Galaxy devices began on August 30, exactly a week before the first Monday of the month when Google normally releases the list of core security issues in the patch. This month, things were delayed even further, however, due to Labor Day in the United States taking place on that Monday, September 6.

On the Samsung-specific side of things though, two notable changes may be coming with this September update, for some devices. For starters, earlier this year, Google promised that an issue between Galaxy devices and Android Auto would be fixed by the July security patch. However, this ended up falling through, with the fix not set to arrive until September&#;s &#;maintenance&#; release. Now that the update is more widely available, we&#;re actively investigating to see if the Android Auto issues have been fixed.

Meanwhile, some devices, including the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy Z Fold, are receiving an upgrade to One UI alongside the September update. Phones that get the upgrade gain the (admittedly limited) benefits of One UI , including tweaks to the phone app and a new bedtime mode toggle in quick settings, though some improvements may be device-specific.

According to Samsung&#;s official patch notes, Google&#;s Android Security Bulletin includes 3 critical fixes, 29 high severity fixes, and 14 moderate ones. On top of that, Samsung themselves have closed 23 security vulnerabilities with the September update.

Devices with Samsung September security update

So to which devices has Samsung rolled out the September update? Before the month of September even got started, Samsung came out swinging with five different phones receiving the updates, with special attention being paid to the company&#;s foldables. Over the coming weeks, more phones will be steadily brought up-to-date.

This list will include a note on where the update first debuted and if it is also available in the United States. As usual, the latest additions will be marked in bold.

Galaxy S series

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For over a decade, the S series has been Samsung&#;s flagship line, offering the best mainstream Android phone experience, albeit at a sometimes steep cost. For that extra premium, the Galaxy S series is usually among the first to receive each month&#;s security update, give or take any complications from individual phone carriers. This time around, the Galaxy S20 FE and S20 FE 5G — Samsung&#;s affordable flagships from — were the first to receive the update, on August

Next in line for the update, owners of the Galaxy S10 Lite began spotting the September security patch update by September 3, with the first reports coming from Spain.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20 trio — including the base, Plus, and Ultra models — got the relatively minor September update just a few days after a dedicated One UI upgrade that enhanced things like app opening speed, camera speed, and more. As of September 9, the unlocked models of the Galaxy S20 series began receiving the update in the United States, with carrier models following suit on the 17th.

Surprisingly, the newer Galaxy S21 series was further behind on this update, with device owners in Europe seeing the update on September 6, a full week after the Galaxy S20 FE. The Galaxy S10 series trio was next, with the S10, S10+, and S10e receiving the update that same day — later reaching carrier-locked US devices on September

  • Galaxy S10 / S10+ / S10e — G97xFXXSCFUH5 (Released first in Switzerland)
    • US: Available on carrier-locked phones
  • Galaxy S10 Lite — GFXXS6EUH5 (Released first in Spain)
  • Galaxy S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra — G98xxXXSADUH5 (Released first in Europe)
    • US: Available on unlocked and carrier devices
  • Galaxy S20 FE — G78xxXXU3AUH5 (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy S20 FE 5G — GBXXU4CUH5 (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy S21 / S21+ / S21 Ultra — G99xBXXS3AUHD / G99xU1UES4AUH9 (Released first in Europe)
    • US: Available on unlocked devices

Galaxy Z series foldables

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Update June

Depending on how you look at it, one could argue that the Galaxy Z series of foldables are Samsung&#;s true &#;flagship&#; phones nowadays. This is especially true now that the Galaxy Z Flip 3 has reached a price bracket below $1,, making foldables potentially more appealing to the average consumer. Meanwhile, the larger Galaxy Z Fold 3 continues to push the boundaries of what a smartphone can be.

Before the new month could get underway, on August 31, the Galaxy Z Flip and Z Flip 5G both received an update to One UI that primarily improved the experience of foldable devices, including a Flex Mode panel and support for Drag & Split. With this same update, the phones were bumped to the September security patch. The update didn&#;t hit Z Flip models in the US until September 24, starting with carrier-locked phones.

On September 6, the original Galaxy Fold was given the same treatment with the security patch and One UI update.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 have only been in customers&#; hands for a matter of days, and all the same Samsung has rolled out the September update to both phones. As the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 both launched with One UI out of the box, it&#;s highly likely not much will change with this update beyond security improvements. These updates didn&#;t begin to arrive in the US until the Z Flip 3&#;s carrier update on September 27, followed by carrier and unlocked updates for the Z Fold 3 on September

Samsung&#;s second-generation foldable, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, got its update starting with the carrier-locked US models on September 14, breaking from the usual order where international models get updated first. The international variant of this update was over a week behind, on September

  • Galaxy Fold / Fold 5G — FNKOU3FUHB (Released first in Europe & South Korea)
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 — FUSQS2EUH7
    • US: Available on unlocked devices
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 — FBXXU1AUHF (Released first in Australia)
    • US: Available on unlocked and carrier devices
  • Galaxy Z Flip — FFXXU8EUH5 / FNKOU3EUH5 (Released first in Europe & South Korea)
    • US: Available on carrier-locked phones
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G — FBXXU5EUH4 / FNKSU2DUH4 (Released first in Europe & South Korea)
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 — FBXXU2AUI1 (Released first in Ireland)
    • US: Available on carrier-locked phones

Galaxy Note series

As of the latest Galaxy Unpacked event, the Galaxy Note series appears to be finished, having been replaced in the hardware lineup by Samsung&#;s Galaxy Z Fold series. The Z Fold 3 even supports the Note series signature S Pen, though not in as easily stowed of a manner. That said, it could simply be a decision made only for , due to issues like the ongoing chip shortage.

For now, only a few Galaxy Note devices have received the September update, starting with the Note 20 series duo. On September 5, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra owners in Brazil began seeing the September security patch, just a matter of days after the more substantial One UI update rolled out. Over a week later, this same update arrived for carrier-locked phones in the US.

Filling out the recent Note lineup, Samsung released updates for &#;s Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ on September 7 starting in South Korea, while an update for &#;s Note 10 Lite arrived a few hours later. The US didn&#;t see either of these updates for weeks, until unlocked Note 10 phones got it on September

  • Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ — NNKSU2FUH7 (Released first in South Korea)
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite — NFXXU8EUH5 (Released first in France)
  • Galaxy Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra — N98xxXXS3DUH5 (Released first in Brazil)
    • US: Available on carrier-locked devices

Galaxy Tab series

As you might expect, the Galaxy Tab series, which often cost less than most flagship Samsung phones and store less private data than your daily driver smartphone, is updated a bit more slowly than other Androids. That said, Samsung makes some of the only Android tablets worth owning, a fact furthered by Galaxy Tabs receiving frequent updates at all.

So far only the Galaxy Tab S7 series has gotten the September security update, with device owners in Europe seeing the update on September With this update, the Galaxy Tab S7 now has features that debuted with One UI , including &#;Labs&#; capabilities like forcing an app to support multi-window mode.

  • Galaxy Tab S7 5G / S7+ 5G — TBXXU2BUI1 (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 / S7+ — T87xXXU2BUC6 (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 FE — T73xXXU1AUH6 (Released first in Europe)

Galaxy A/M/F series

In addition to Samsung&#;s ongoing prowess in the flagship and foldables departments, the company is also surprisingly dominant in the field of affordable Android phones between their, A, M, and F series. This is backed by Samsung&#;s willingness to update even their mid-range A series phones on a monthly basis, though not for as long as their flagships get the same treatment. Even once the monthly updates run out, Samsung follows this up with a period of quarterly, and later biannual, updates.

Starting out the wave of updates, the Galaxy A8 () received its update on September 4. Notably, the update comes after both June and August updates for the phone, despite the Galaxy A8 () only being slated for biannual updates for non-enterprise customers.

On September 6, Samsung rolled out side-by-side updates for the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72, two of the company&#;s hottest affordable phones which also launched side-by-side. The Galaxy A52s 5G was a few days behind, getting the update on September 9 in multiple countries across Europe.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy A21s didn&#;t get its update until September 13, and the Galaxy A10s was a few days behind on September Side by side, the Galaxy A30s and A50 received their respective updates on September 22, while the 5G variants of the Galaxy A51 got its update on September

Continuing the rapid batch of updates, the Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A32, Galaxy A11, and Galaxy A12, all got their updates on the same day, September The non-5G Galaxy A51 was a few days behind on September 27, followed by the Galaxy A71 5G on the 28th.

As for the lower-end M series, the Galaxy M21 was the first to get upgraded, on September 7, with the update confirmed in both India and Sri Lanka. Current speculation is that the update is more substantial than a simple security patch, though this hasn&#;t been confirmed.

The Galaxy M31 was next, picking up the patch on September 9 for devices in India. Notably, with this update, the M31 picked up support for Samsung Pay Mini, a mobile payment option based on the use of QR codes. The update for the Galaxy M51, was more straightforward and arrived on September

The Galaxy M30s is currently only receiving quarterly updates rather than monthly. That means when its update arrived on September 28, it was bumped from the June patch all the way to September

The Galaxy F series, if you&#;re unfamiliar, are generally rebranded Galaxy M devices, but sold exclusively in India by way of Flipkart. The first Galaxy F series phone to get the September update was the Galaxy F41 on September

  • Galaxy A8 () — AFXXSLCUH5 (Released first in Colombia)
  • Galaxy A10s — AMUBU5CUH1 (Released first in Ecuador)
  • Galaxy A11 — AMUBS2BUI1 (Released first in South America)
  • Galaxy A12 — AFXXU1BUI3 (Released first in Ukraine)
  • Galaxy A21s — AMUBS7CUH3 (Released first in Ecuador)
  • Galaxy A30s — AGUBU4CUH6 (Released first in Argentina)
  • Galaxy A32 — AMUBU1AUH1 (Released first in Peru)
  • Galaxy A50 — AGUBS9CUH2 (Released first in Panama)
    • US: Available on carrier-locked phones
  • Galaxy A51 — AFXXU5EUI2 (Released first in Russia)
  • Galaxy A51 5G — ANKSU4CUH2 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy A52 — AFXXU4AUH3 (Released first in India)
  • Galaxy A52 5G — ABXXU1AUI4 (Released first in Bulgaria)
  • Galaxy A52s 5G — ABXXS1AUHA (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy A71 5G — AZCU5CUH2 (Released first in China)
  • Galaxy A72 — AFXXU4AUH2 (Released first in Russia)
  • Galaxy M21 — MFXXU2BUH6 (Released first in India)
  • Galaxy M30s — MFNXXU4CUH6 (Released first in Ukraine)
  • Galaxy M31 — MFXXU2BUH6 (Released first in India)
  • Galaxy M51 — MFXXS3CUI1 (Released first in Europe)
  • Galaxy F41 — FFXXU1BUH7 (Released first in India)

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Samsung October security update is rolling out now to these Galaxy devices

As we prepare to see the release of Android 12 this month, Samsung is rolling on with its consistent monthly security patches. For October , several Galaxy smartphones are already seeing Samsung push out updates. Here&#;s the full, continuously updated list.

Samsung October security update – what’s new

Samsung first started rolling out the October security update on September 28 to the Galaxy S21 series. The update, so far, seems to have no user-facing changes and weighs in at around MB.

On October 4, Samsung confirmed what&#;s new in its latest security patch. There are 68 privacy/security patches from Google and 32 vulnerabilities patched by Samsung, 24 of which were considered &#;high-severity.&#;

Devices with Samsung October security update

Which devices will be getting the October security update from Samsung? The company&#;s list is, as usual, quite long, with over 40 devices qualifying for monthly updates, over 60 for quarterly updates, and over 40 more for biannual updates. For those lesser-updated devices, it&#;s unclear exactly how many will actually be updated, especially as recent months have seen many of them updated.

This article is being continuously updated as new updates are released. The latest additions are marked in bold.

Galaxy S Series

The Galaxy S21 series was the first to pick up the October update, with Samsung releasing it first in Germany, India, and the Philippines. The update should be available for all three Galaxy S21 variations. Meanwhile, a couple of days later, Samsung also launched the update in South Korea for the Galaxy S20 series. A few days later, around October 4, Samsung had released the update on the Galaxy S20 FE 5G in portions of Europe and, around October 7, the patch expanded to Australia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

  • Galaxy S21 — GBXXU3AUIE (Released first in Germany)
  • Galaxy S21+ — GBXXU3AUIE (Released first in Germany)
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra — GBXXU3AUIE (Released first in Germany)
  • Galaxy S20 — GNKSU1EUI3 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy S20+ — GNKSU1EUI3 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra — GNKSU1EUI3 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy S20 FE — GBXXS4CUI1 (Released first in Europe)
    • Exynos variant — GFXXS7CUI5 (Released first in Russia)
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Galaxy Foldables

Samsung&#;s foldables were quick to start getting the October update, with the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Flip 3, and Fold 2 all being updated before the month even started. The updates for all three devices were first released in Korea. A few days later, around October 6, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 picked up the update in the US. By October 10, the update had arrived on the original Galaxy Fold, albeit only in France for now. A few days later, the update started making its way to the original Galaxy Z Flip in portions of Europe, Asia, and Africa.

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 — FNKSU1AUID (Released first in Korea)
    • Available in US — Unlocked: FU1UES1AUI5
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 — FNKSU2AUIE (Released first in Korea)
    • Available in US — Unlocked: FU1UES2AUI5
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 — FNKSU1DUI4 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy Z Flip — FFXXS8EUI2 (Released in Europe)
  • Galaxy Fold — FFXXS6FUI5 (Released first in France)

Galaxy Note Series

Arriving in line with the Galaxy S20 series, the October security update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series was released first in Korea on September The Note 20 started seeing a wider international release later in the month. Around October 6, Samsung extended the update to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in Columbia, Panama, and Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra — NNKSU1DUI2 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy Note 20 — NNKSU1DUI2 (Released first in Korea)
  • Galaxy Note 10 — NFXXS7FUI5 (Released first in Columbia, more)
  • Galaxy Note 10+— NFXXS7FUI5 (Released first in Columbia, more)
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Galaxy A Series

The popular Galaxy A50 turned out to be the first Galaxy A-series device to get the October patch. The update started rolling out in Colombia, Bolivia, and the Dominican Republic around October 2. On October 4, the update hit the Galaxy A8 (). Around October 7, Samsung rolled out the October patch to one of its latest A-Series devices, the Galaxy A The update was made available first in Ukraine. Around October 10, the latest patch expanded to the Galaxy A02s in Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, and Panama.

  • Galaxy A52 — AFXXU4AUI3 (Released first in Ukraine)
  • Galaxy A02s — AMUBS2BUI1 (Released first in Colombia, more)
  • Galaxy A50 — AGUBS9CUI3 (Released first in Colombia, more)
  • Galaxy A8 () — AFXXSLCUJ1 (Released first in UAE)

Galaxy Tablets

The first tablet from Samsung to pick up the October security update was the Galaxy Tab Active 3, which saw the update arrive around October 4 in some regions.

  • Galaxy Tab Active 3 — TXXU3BUI8 (Released first in UK, Switzerland, more)

Galaxy F and M Series

Released in India, the Galaxy F62 picked up its October security patch on October 5, with Samsung having delivered the update on the phone&#;s quarterly update schedule. On October 11, the latest security patch was spotted on the Galaxy M62 in the UAE and Saudi Arabia and the Galaxy M30s was spotted getting the update in India.

  • Galaxy F62 — EFDDU2AUI2 (Released in India)
  • Galaxy M62 — MFXXU2AUI2 (Released in UAE)
  • Galaxy M30s — MFXXU4CUI1 (Released in India)

This article was originally published on October 1 and last updated on October

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Samsung Notes Gets New UPDATE - 5 New Features Added (All Samsung Phones)

Samsung Galaxy S10 Software Update

To help you with the software update for your Samsung device, this page contains the following information:

  • Wi-Fi Only Over The Air (OTA) Programming
  • Server-Initiated Software Update Instructions
  • User-Initiated Software Update Instructions
  • Software Update while Roaming

Note: Estimated software download time is minutes. Estimated software update time is minutes.

User-Initiated Software Update

This process allows a user to navigate through the device options to seek updates.

  1. From a Home screen, touch and swipe up or down to display all apps, tap Settings > System updates > Check for system updates.
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  2. If your device finds a new software update, tap Download now. When complete, a screen will appear advising you that the new version of software is ready to be installed. Tap Install update.
  3. The device will power down and power back on. A screen will appear stating that the installation has been completed. Tap OK.

You've successfully updated your software.

Wi-Fi Only OTA Programming - Wi-Fi Exclusive Update

If Wi-Fi is enabled and your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network, your device will be able to receive and download new software updates.

  1. The download will take place when the device is in Wi-Fi coverage, but coverage does not need to be consistent. You can use multiple Wi-Fi networks and disconnect from/reconnect to Wi-Fi, and the update will continue to download from where it left off until complete.
  2. When the download is complete, you'll receive a notification that there's a new software update available for installation. Tap Install Now to continue with installation. The device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin.

You've successfully updated your software.

Server-Initiated Software Update

You'll be notified on your device that a software update is available.

  1. Select Install now and your device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin. Tap OK to begin the installation.

    Note: If you choose Defer, this will delay installation and you'll be taken back to the Home screen. The software update message will appear periodically until you install the update.
  2. After you've received first notification of the software update, you can manually initiate by going to Home > Applications > Settings > About Device > Software updates. Under System updates, tap Restart & install to install the update. Your device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin.
  3. Once the installation is complete, the device will power off and then back on again.

You've successfully updated your software.

System Update while Roaming

If you're roaming, you won't receive a software update notice. To update, you'll need to either enable Wi-Fi and wait for the update notice to appear or manually update by going to Home > Application > Settings > About device > Software updates.

To enable Wi-Fi:

  1. Go to Settings > Wireless & networks.
  2. Tap Wi-Fi.
  3. To connect to an available Wi-Fi network, select Wi-Fi settings and select an available Wi-Fi network or manually add a Wi-Fi network.

If the software update fails to install, you'll get an error screen. However, this only means the software didn't install properly. The device will power back on with original software and will prompt you again to install the software update.

If you don't have a strong connection to Wi-Fi or the Verizon Wireless network, you may not be able to perform a software update over the air. Instead, you can connect your device to a computer with Internet access. Connect your device to your computer using your USB cable, then download the Software Upgrade Assistant tool to your computer, which will check for software updates and initiate the software update process.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup getting October security patch now, in September

Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy S20 update hub. Here you’ll find the latest information on updates to the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. We’ll detail the current software versions for each device and alert you if there’s a new update rolling out. Samsung usually pushes out updates to the entire series, but this may vary per variant and carrier.

  • Current stable version: Android 11
  • When will the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra get Android 12? January (Estimated)

Latest Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra updates

September 30, Next month’s security update is rolling out now to the Galaxy S20 lineup in South Korea. Per SamMobile, the update carries firmware version G98xNKSU1EUI3 and should have some other fixes included aside from just the October patch. However, we won’t know what’s included until the rollout comes to other countries.

To check if the update’s available for your device head to Settings > Software update and tap on Download and install.

Previous Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra updates

  • September 17, : The Galaxy S20 trio gained the September Android security patch across the world, including unlocked and carrier-locked models. According to SamMobile, the update brought firmware version G98xxXXSADUH5.
  • July 6,  The Galaxy S20 series is gaining the July Android security patch in Germany. Per SamMobile, the update packs firmware version G98xFXXU8DUF9 for LTE models, and G98xBXXU8DUF9 for 5G flavors. In addition, the patch should include a fix to annoying Android Auto crashing issues initially reported by 9to5Google.
  • May 31, : The Galaxy S20 series gained the June security patch with firmware G98xxXXS8DUE4 (h/t SamMobile).
  • April 29, According to SamMobile, the latest update bears firmware version G98xxXXU7DUDB and includes camera performance improvements and enhancements to Quick Share. It also has the May security patch. The update weighs in at a hefty MB, too.
  • March 1, Samsung started pushing out the One UI update to unlocked US-based handsets (h/t SamMobile). In addition to the new software, the update also brought with it the March security patch.

If you’ve spotted a Samsung Galaxy S20 update that we haven’t, tip us! Looking for another update? Be sure to visit our Android 11 update tracker.

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Great New Update for All Samsung Galaxy Smartphones! - What's New? (One UI 3.1, 3.0, 2.5)

Samsung One UI update brings select powerful features from the Galaxy S21 to the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Z series

New features and camera capabilities available to more Galaxy users as Samsung starts its One UI update

Today, Samsung Electronics announced the latest One UI update is coming to the Galaxy S20 series (Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 FE) and Galaxy Note20 series (Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Note20 Ultra), in addition to the Galaxy Z Fold2 and Galaxy Z Flip series.1 The update, which first launched with the Galaxy S21 series, brings select, new camera capabilities for capturing and editing incredible photos and videos and smart new features that enhance everyday life, so you can get even more out of your Galaxy device.

“Samsung is committed that our devices continue to deliver the up-to-date mobile experiences throughout their lifecycle,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “Following the announcement of 3-generation Android OS upgrades for select Galaxy devices, we ensure to equip our consumers with powerful new features as soon as they are available. Our One UI update marks an important next step in that mission.” 

Shoot dynamic photos and videos with smart new camera features

The Galaxy S21 with One UI introduced incredible new camera innovations, making it easier than ever to capture stunning photos and shoot professional-looking videos. Now Galaxy S20 owners can experience these features with the One UI update.

Never miss a moment with the improved Single Take2 feature, which captures a variety of still and video formats simultaneously, with just a tap.

Once you’ve captured your shot, One UI introduces the new Object eraser tool to help you to get that perfect image. Use this intelligent photo editing tool to cut out unwanted parts of your photos effortlessly, without time-consuming manual editing. If you want to edit out distracting objects, simply tap the area you wish to remove and it will be automatically selected and deleted.

Samsung One UI Update

One UI features improved touch autofocus and autoexposure controller3, making adjusting the focus and brightness of your photos easier than ever so you can capture your best shot every time. With just a swipe left or right anywhere on the screen, you can now edit the brightness of your image before you’ve taken the shot.

Samsung One UI Update

One UI also introduces the new Multi Mic Recording4 feature, which, when in Pro Video mode, allows you to simultaneously record audio through both your phone and a connected Bluetooth device such as Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds Live and Buds+ 5. So whether you’re a vlogger, narrating a shot where you want to be heard from afar, or you’re a budding musician wanting to record the sound of your voice and instrument separately for more professional-sounding audio, with Multi Mic Recording you can get creative and make videos that look and sound incredible.    

Samsung One UI Update

All your best shots and favorite moments are stored in the updated Gallery6, which now groups and arranges your videos and photos into a clean, easy-to-navigate feed.  

Smart new features that enhance your everyday life

Head into your Settings to find One UI ’s new Eye Comfort Shield7 mode, which automatically adjusts the blue light based on the time of day. Using Eye Comfort Shield’s warmer tones can help you to fall asleep easier at night and you can set your device to automatically adjust your screen’s colors throughout the day or personalize the schedule yourself.

Samsung One UI Update

Your privacy is important and now One UI makes it easier to control what you share. Remove metadata that reveals the location of photos before you share them or use Private Share8to control who is allowed access to the content you send, and how long it is available.   

Samsung One UI Update

With new One UI on your devices, the experience of the Galaxy ecosystem is smooth and seamless. As well as a consistent interface that makes switching between your phone and tablet hassle-free, Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds Live and Buds+’s9Auto Switch feature means that your audio follows you when you switch between Galaxy devices. If you’re watching videos on your phone or listening to your favorite song or podcast, you can enjoy more realistic and immersive sound by connecting your compatible phone and Galaxy Buds Pro thanks to Audio &#; allowing you to stay at the center of your listening experience.

For more information about One UI, please visit www.samsung.com/one-ui.

[1] One UI is available starting from today on Galaxy S20 series, Note20 series, Z Fold2 and Z Flip, and the S10, Note10, and Fold, A71, A51, A90, A80, A70, and A50 devices. Availability may vary by region and carrier.
[2] Single Take captures images and video up to 15 seconds.
[3] The feature is available from One UI
[4] The feature is available only in Galaxy S20 series, S20 FE, Note20 series, Z Fold2, Z Flip 5G. The feature is available on Galaxy smartphones or tablets with One UI or above, which can be turned on and off in the Bluetooth® setting. Requires the same Samsung account to be registered on the devices. The availability of the feature may vary by application.
[5] Sold separately
[6] The feature is available from One UI
[7] Eye Comfort Shield is ‘off’ by default, and must be turned on in Settings.  SGS, the world&#;s leading certification company, awarded Galaxy S21 series’ display the Eye Care Certification based on its ability to drastically reduce the harmful effects of blue light. This certification can be found on www.sgs.com.
[8] Private Share works between Galaxy smartphones with Android P or later. App download required to send/receive Private Share link.
[9] For Buds Live and Buds+, software update is required. Software update starts from late Feb.
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