Another Galaxy tablet has been updated to Android 10 over the top of One UI 2.0. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro has started receiving Android 10 update officially in the UK.
As we all know that most of the Samsung Galaxy devices are expected to receive two major Android OS updates, all the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro users have eagerly waited for the One UI 2.0 update. Now, all the interested Galaxy Tab Active Pro users can download this latest firmware update and install it manually by following the guide below.
Most importantly, the update brings the latest July 2020 Android Security Patchset that improves the system security & stability for enhanced performance.
The new software update bumps up a new firmware version T540XXU2BTG5 that weighs above 1 GB in size. Whereas, the latest One UI 2.0 skin is based on Android 10 and offers all the Android 10 (Q) goodies out-of-the-box. It also includes a couple of dedicated and customized features that the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro users have waited for months.
Check Software Update (OTA)
The whole new UI, redesigned system elements, improved notification panel, always-on display mode, dark mode, gesture navigation, improved privacy control, enhanced location features, live caption, in-built screen recorder, improved Galaxy Themes store, and more. 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.
Now, if you can’t wait further, you can manually install the firmware update by following the guide below.
How to Download Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro Android 10 (One UI 2.0 – T540XXU2BTG5) update?
You can download any Galaxy firmware using Samfirm Tool, Guide: Download Latest Galaxy Firmware using SamFirm Tool
Using Frija Samsung Firmware Download Tool
Steps to Flash Stock Firmware on Galaxy Tab Active Pro (One UI 2.0) Android 10
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