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Samsung resumes Galaxy S10 update release; bug fixes expected

30 May 2019 3

Earlier this week, Samsung released a new Galaxy S10 update via over the air method. It was later found to be plagued with various bugs which forced the team to pause any further rollout. It has a build number XXU1ASE5 which you can check from settings' about section to see if you have this update installed or not. But the good thing is that it has released a new update which is expected to fix all those bugs.

The problems were so widespread in the previous build that there is even a dedicated Reddit thread where Galaxy S10 users have mentioned issues they have been facing. Some of these include device freezing, getting locked up, no fingerprint scanner response, and even the sleep-wake button was not working for some users.

As per Android Police, a new Galaxy S10 update with build number XXU1ASE6 has started rolling out. There is no official information on what it brings to the table but considering the timing of the release, it should have fixes for the bugs. The exact effect of the update will become public once it will reach a wider user base.

The new update is also important in a way that the previous one added a couple of new features as well. These include Bright Night mode for the camera application. It also adds the option to make use of the telephoto sensor in Live Focus mode.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 08:58)



Samsung resumes Galaxy S10 update release; bug fixes expected
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Did read that the device freezes, getting locked up, and those fingerprint scanner response issues, etc. Wonder how flagships land in such problems after the main release.


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