According to a report, the Android 10 update is rolling out to Samsung in Germany, although the rollout is limited to a small group of beta testers. Samsung’s software updates game is way ahead of where it was a year or so ago, especially on timely security updates.
The Galaxy S10 family received the stable Android 10 update nearly a month earlier compared to the Android 9 Pie timeline with respect to the Galaxy S9 a year ago. The rollout started with global models before arriving on carrier-locked models in the U.S. and Canada.
This update brings the Android Security patch level to December 2019 along with the Android 10 and One UI 2.0 features. Yes, the patch fixes the vulnerabilities found in the earlier version. If you are running the previous version, then you will receive this OTA update with build N970USQU2BSL8 with the size of 140 MB. In case if you are not patient to wait for the update, then you can follow our guide to install the N970USQU2BSL8, Galaxy Note 10 Android 10 Stable One UI 2.0 manually. Before installing the update via ODIN, let’s check for the Software OTA update.
However, sometimes due to phased rollout, some users may miss out on the update. And for those, they can check for the update manually on their devices. Go to Settings –> About Phone –> “Software update” to select the “Download and install” option. The OTA update weighs about 140MB and carries build number N970USQU2BSL8. We suggest you use Wi-Fi to download and install this update. Also, watch out for the battery charge. Have around 50% or more battery before installing the update.