Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Beta Update With Many Bug Fixes
Samsung will release the Galaxy S10 beta in a few days to fix bugs related to the Bluetooth modem, volume control panel, and status bar. Today, the company released a new beta for the S10 lineup with over a dozen bug fixes.
The new firmware fixes problems related to rebooting the device, turning on the display constantly, moving files, freezing Wi-Fi and noise from the Bluetooth headset. You can check the screenshot below for a complete list of bug fixes.
This update weighs between 130 and 200 MB and is currently sent to unlocked devices in the US and South Korea with version numbers G97 * U1UEU2ZSKL and G97 * NKSU3ZSKL, respectively.
If you are registered in a beta program, you can download this assembly by going to Settings > Software Update on your device.