Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets new beta with dozens of fixes

Samsung released a beta update for the Galaxy S10 a few days ago to fix errors related to Bluetooth sharing, volume control bar and status bar. Today, the company has released a new beta for the S10 series with over a dozen bug fixes.

The new firmware fixes issues related to device reset, AlwaysOOn, file movement, Wi-Fi suspend, and Bluetooth headset noise. You can check the screenshot below to see the full list of bug fixes.

This update weighs between 130 MB and 200 MB in size and is currently arriving for unlocked drives in the US and South Korea, with version number G97 * U1UEU2ZSKL and G97 * NKSU3ZSKL, respectively.

If they are subscribed to the beta program, they can download this build from Settings Software update on your device.

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