The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10e, and Samsung Galaxy S10+ runs on a quarterly update schedule and except for the Galaxy S10 Lite, none of them are eligible for the Android 13 update. This leaves just the minor updates that focus on security and a few One UI releases that Galaxy S10 5G users can look forward to.
Samsung has started rolling out the November 2022 Security Update for Galaxy S10 5G and it comes with the firmware version G977BXXUDHVK1 in some regions of Europe. However, this update isn’t going to be released in every country. The Galaxy S10 5G receives quarterly security updates, so there’s a decent chance that Samsung will skip updating the smartphone in certain countries this month and release a new update later on.
Changelog for the November 2022 Security Update
The new update that has been officially released and it includes the November 2022 Security patch. Based on the firmware version G977BXXUDHVK1, there are many changes included in this update. The fifth last letter of the firmware version is “U” instead of an “S”, which means that it doesn’t just have security fixes. The update will come with many bug fixes and bring the latest features to the Galaxy S10 5G.
How to download and install the new update?
In case you are a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G user in Europe, you should be on the lookout for the November 2022 Security update as you’ll be receiving it anytime in the coming days. You can also manually check for the update by following these simple instructions –
- Simply navigate to the Settings
- Look for the Software Update option
- Tap on Download and Install the update
- Reboot your device and once your device restarts, you can enjoy the new update