With the end of the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program, Samsung is working hard to deliver the update for the Note 10 duo. Last week, the company rolled out a beta with major bug fixes. However, it seems that there’s still a lot more to fix in the firmware. Today, Samsung is rolling a new beta for the Galaxy Note 10 duo.
The new firmware version carries G97**XXU1ZSL4 and weighs around 540MB in size. The update comes to address a reboot issue while playing music. Those who were missing the lack of vibration when separating the S-Pen will be happy to know that this update comes to fix this. Last but not least is fixes the issue that made apps failing to run normally even after all permissions were granted.
The update is rolling out over the air and is gradually spreading among countries where the beta program is available. If you’re enrolled in the beta program you can check the update heading over to the Settings >> Software update menu. According to Samsung’s schedule, the Galaxy Note 10 will receive a stable Android 10 in January 2020.
Considering the number of critical bugs that are being fixed, there’s still a long road until the stable release.