F907BXXU3BTC9: Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G grabs One UI 2.1 based Android 10 Update

Samsung is rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Fold 5G device based on Android 10. The new firmware update having a new build number F907BXXU3BTC9 brings the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy Fold 5G model. Currently, the update is live in the UK and it brings a couple of improved features or improvements as well. The best part is that all the interested Galaxy fold 5G users can download and install the One UI 2.1 update from below.

The new One UI 2.1 update brings improved dark mode, improved color elements, improved quick share menu, latest security patch update, etc. Now, talking about the latest security patch update, the Galaxy Fold 5G users are receiving the March 2020 Android Security Patch level that improves the system security.

While the full OTA update weighs around 2.3GB and it’s rolling out in a gradual way. Therefore, the OTA update will take a couple of days to appear on all the Galaxy Fold 5G models globally.

F907BXXU3BTC9: Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G grabs One UI 2.1 based Android 10 Update

So, we will recommend you to check for the OTA update on your phone using the Settings – Software update – Download updates manually. If the latest update is available, then you should download and install it. Keep in mind that the device has enough battery level and connected to Wi-Fi. Otherwise, you can wait for the official OTA update notification. Alternatively, you can manually download the latest firmware and install it by following the steps below.

Download Link

Galaxy Fold 5G One UI 2.1 | Download Firmware

Steps to Flash Stock Firmware on Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G (One UI 2.1)

Guide to Install Samsung Stock Firmware via ODIN Tool

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