Yesterday we woke up with the news of the launch of the stable version of Android 10 for the entire Galaxy S10 range, so the release of the final version shouldn't be too far and probably done before the end of this year, instead of next year as scheduled.
The next Samsung model will be updated next, probably the Galaxy Note 10, a model that already has the third beta of Android 10, both for the Note 10 model and for the Note 10+ model, although for the moment only in India.
This new beta, whose firmware number is the N97 * FXXU1ZSKN includes the security patch corresponding to the month of December and solves a large number of bugs that have been detected in the previous betas such as the continuous reset of the terminal, the disconnections of the bluetooth headphones, the failure of reading on microSD cards …
This update, like all previous ones, is available via OTA (Over The Air), so we only have to go to the Software Updates section to download and then install the third Android 10 beta for Note 10 and Note 10+, sow and when we are part of the public beta program of Samsung, something we can do through the Samsung Members application.
But first of all, we remind you of the imperative need ofand make a backup, yes or yes, of all the content that you have stored on your device, in case during the update process something fails, a high probability, since it is not a stable final version, but a beta, although it should not present no problem.
It wouldn't be the first or the last time that a manufacturer blocks through an update millions of terminals (it happened to Apple with an update that launched for the iPhone 5s)