Samsung Galaxy S10 problems after update. Samsung has stopped rolling out a software update for the Galaxy S10. The update appears to contain so many bugs that the smartphone no longer functions properly. You need to know about the problems with the Samsung flagship.
Samsung Galaxy S10 problems after update
Samsung recently released the XXU1ASE5 software update for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e. The new software introduces an improved night mode, but in practice, it is one step forward and two backward. Users who have installed the update experience all kinds of problems. From apps that get stuck spontaneously and a slower fingerprint scanner to a smartphone that completely freezes. Restarting the device or returning to the factory settings does not help.
Users who have installed the update experience all kinds of problems. From apps that get stuck spontaneously and a slower fingerprint scanner to a smartphone that completely freezes. Restarting the device or returning to the factory settings does not help.
A serious problem that seems to play a global role, which is why Samsung has taken action relatively quickly. The manufacturer has withdrawn the software update and removed the download file from its website. This means that you cannot install the update for the time being. Nice for S10 users who still run the older software, but it is not a solution for those who have installed the update.
Improved update in the making
Now that the software update has been discontinued, Samsung can return to the drawing board. The problems must be solved. The manufacturer will then test the new software and if all goes well, the new update will become available to all users. It is still unclear when this improved update will appear. Affected S10 users accuse Samsung that the manufacturer has not tested the update properly.
Incidentally, it is not the first time that a Galaxy S10 update poses all kinds of problems. At the end of March, Samsung released a software update that would bring various improvements. After just a few hours, the rollout was stopped because users experienced bugs immediately. Three days later the update appeared again, this time without significant errors.
Did you install the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 update before it was withdrawn? If yes, do you experience problems? Let us know in the comments under this article.