The latest N9700ZSU1BTA1 Galaxy Note 10 Android 10 (Stable One UI 2.0) Update has been released. It’s based on the December 2019 Security Patch Level that you can download and install right now. Though you can wait for the OTA update which may arrive within a few weeks or so. The update is currently available in Hong Kong and Taiwan, so keep that in mind.
Samsung has started updating its flagship devices with Android 10 (One UI 2.0 Stable) update. Samsung has been doing excellent work in releasing updates to its device. It is leading this path. The new update brings many new features and improvements to the device.
Check OTA Update
Go to the device Settings -> Software update -> Download Updates on your phone. If you haven’t got the update notification yet, you can manually install the firmware. Make sure that those have already applied for the One UI 2.0 Beta program, will get the stable update very soon. If there is no update showing on your device, then wait for few days for the update to come to your device as it is being released phase-wise manner or you can manually flash the full firmware using Odin Flash Tool.
Whereas if you’re already using One UI stable version (Pie), then you can easily upgrade to the latest One UI 2.0 stable version. We recommend you to connect your phone to a Wi-Fi and charge your phone up to 50%-60% as well.
Download N9700ZSU1BTA1 Firmware:
Currently, the Android 10 stable firmware over-the-air (FOTA) update is available for the Galaxy Note 10 Exynos variants which are also known as the global variants. We have provided the download links below.
- Download (sammobile-Hongkong)
Note: You can download any Galaxy firmware using Samfirm Tool, Guide: Download Latest Galaxy Firmware using SamFirm Tool
Check sammobile website to get the latest firmware for your device
How to Flash Stock Firmware on Samsung Galaxy Devices
Now, you can easily install or upgrade your Galaxy Note 10 variant to the stable Android 10 update. You can comment below on any issue.
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