We saw Samsung busy in 2019, rolling out new system updates and monthly security patches to all of its devices from time to time. Samsung tested the all-new Android 10 on all of its flagship devices in 2019, and by the end of the year, it managed to roll out the stable Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 to most of its flagship devices. The unlocked variants and the US-based carriers of the Galaxy S series and Note series also received the Android 10 update.
The tele-carriers also are moving fast with all the updates and adapting them with their services. AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have already rolled out the Android 10 update for Galaxy Note 10/10+. Now, its time for ‘Sprint’ to get on the track to bring Galaxy Note 10/10+ upgrade to Android 10 with One UI 2.0. The system update can be identified by the build number N975USQU2BSL7. This update also brings the December 2019’s security patch.
The update is slowly being available to almost all the devices around the globe. This update would be available for all the Note 10/10+ devices in a couple of weeks. You will get the OTA update automatically if it is available in your region already. If you don’t get the update automatically, you can find the new update manually in Settings>System>Software Update. Check for the latest software version. If it is available, then you can go for download and update your Galaxy Note 10/10+ to the new version.
The new BSL7 system update is more than 2GB. So, get a stable WiFi network to download and install the latest update on your device. Download and Install the update on your Sprint mobile and let us know what you feel about the new update.
If you have already received the Android 10 update with UI 2.0 on your Note 10/10+ devices, then congratulations. If you did not receive the update, check it manually as above and install it in your device.