Samsung Galaxy A10 & Galaxy A20e grab the Android 10 update with OneUI 2.0 skin reportedly. The update is live in India for the Galaxy A10 variants and in Slovakia for the Galaxy A20e variants. To recall, both the Galaxy A10 and A20e models were launched in the first half of 2019 along with Android 9.0 Pie over One UI out of the box.
Now, both the models have started receiving the latest Android OS version that includes all the Android 10 exclusive features and highly improved One UI 2.0 skin also.
It’s also worth mentioning that the Galaxy A10 users are getting the March 2020 Android Security patchset in India. While the Galaxy A20e users are receiving the latest April 2020 Android Security Patch level in Slovakia initially. As the firmware OTA update is rolling out in an incremental mode, we can expect that the wider roll-out process will start very soon. The Galaxy A10 users are getting the new update along with a build number A105FDDU3BTCA and the Galaxy A20e users are receiving the build number A202FXXU3BTC7.
All the interested Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A20e users can check for the OTA update manually via the device Settings – Software update – Download and install. In terms of the firmware update, it also brings the dark mode, improved app icons, smoother animations, full-screen gesture, accessibility, Digital Wellbeing, camera improvements, internet optimization, improved Samsung contacts, Reminder, My Files, calculator, Samsung keyboard, quick share, Music Share, Samsung Daily, etc.
Now, if you can’t wait further, you can manually install the firmware update by following the guide below.
Galaxy A10 and A20e One UI 2.0 | Download Firmware
Steps to Flash Stock Firmware on Galaxy A10 & Galaxy A20e Android 10 (One UI 2)
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