Android 10 update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is out for Verizon users in the United States. Verizon is the first carrier to release the update in the U.S, and it is the time to see when other carriers will join. Reports on Reddit have confirmed the Verizon-based rollout for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Even the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is updated with Android 10, despite Samsung saying that the 5G variants of the Note 10 duo would not get the update before 2020. It is over the air roll out process.
According to the Note 10 phone users on Reddit, the Android 10 update will not show up on its own just yet. Users have to manually trigger the download by going into the Software update menu in the phone’s settings.
As part of the update, users will also get Live Transcribe and system-wide Smart Reply. Along with these, all the other features that Google has made into the new version of the OS, and the improvements made by Samsung in the latest iteration of One UI 2.0.
Furthermore, One UI 2.0 has some more updates for the UI to arrive to enhance the experience. The dark mode is also further strengthened as more apps can support the function in Android 10.
A user has claimed that the device is rebooting continuously just half an hour after updating to Android 10. So, it would be good to make a complete backup of your phone’s data before performing the update.
It is also anticipated that the Android 10 update will soon be released on the phones of other markets too.
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