The Samsung Galaxy M30 (SM-M305F) also known as Galaxy A40s in China has received a new software update officially over One UI 2.0 (Android 10). A couple of weeks ago, the device got the Android 10 official stable update which is a big thing as a budget mid-ranger device. Google has launched Android 10 in September 2019 and by the end of this year, Samsung has done a nice job. You will soon get the Samsung Galaxy M30 December 2019 Patch update via OTA to all the regions respectively.
Although the software update only brings the latest December 2019 Security Patch Level to the Galaxy M30 handset, some of the users have reported that it also brings some of the bug fixes and minor system improvements. As it’s an incremental OTA update over the build number M305FDDU3CSL4 that has already arrived with Android 10. Now, the users are getting software version M305FDDU3CSL5 that fixes a major security risk in the Framework component that can harm Android devices and its users. To the very specific, this update causes a permanent denial of system service.
Samsung Galaxy M30 December 2019 Patch
All the Samsung Galaxy M30 users will soon receive the OTA update that contains a file size of 127.35MB. As we mentioned above that some of the users have given feedback about the update. It fixes some bugs like app group getting deleted after the restart and some times touch not responding. While some of the users are saying that after this update, the navigation seems more fluid and responsive.
Therefore, you may have to wait for a few days or weeks due to the phased roll-out process. Meanwhile, the interested users can manually check for the OTA update on their devices. Go to the Settings – About Phone – Software update.
Download link: M305FDDU3CSL5
If you want to flash it manually follow the guide: How To Install A Stock Firmware Using Odin
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