Samsung has been aggressively rolling out new software updates to its Galaxy devices, be it a small security patch or a major incremental one. So far, we’ve seen the company bringing latest Android 11 to even budget devices. Furthermore, the company now seems to roll out security patches quite early on its flagship devices. With that said, T-Mobile Galaxy S10+ users were quite unhappy which now will definitely change as the network carrier decides to roll out the latest One UI 3.1 software update.
T-Mobile Galaxy S10+ receives One UI 3.1 software update!
T-Mobile has now started seeding a new software update to the Galaxy S10+. The new update carries the firmware version G975USQU5GUCG and weighs around 1.2GB in size. Of course, it is heavy as the update brings the latest One UI 3.1 software to the smartphone. Sadly, we’re still looking at an older March 2021 security patch. It is worth noting that Samsung itself has started pushing the May 2021 Android security patch to the unlocked version.
Even though T-Mobile is one of the largest network carrier in the country, it seeded the update with a solid delay. We’re hoping the company will roll out the latest security patch soon. For those who’re unaware, One UI 3.1 is an incremental upgrade to the One UI 3.0 that brings a revamped and much more refined user experience to the device. We’ll dive a bit deeper into the new additions and features down the road.
If you own T-Mobile version of Galaxy S10+ smartphone, then you should have already received the update notification. Alternatively, you can go ahead and check for it manually by heading over to Settings>>Software Update>>Download and Install. We recommend using a stable WiFi connectivity considering the large size of the update. If you still are unable to get the update, then worry not as the company might be rolling it out in batches. This rollout in batches are done to make sure the new changes doesn’t bring some annoying or major bug to users’ phones.
One UI 3.1 software: revamped and refined!
Samsung has made some notable changes to the software experience when it comes to One UI 3.1. For starters, we’re looking at the support for more lockscreen widgets along with a revamped quick menu. The company has also added a dedicated music widget, conversation section that groups all your messages, Google Nest device integration and much more. For all the new features, you can check the official page.