Samsung has discontinued rolling out Android 11 for the Galaxy S10 series. Firmware is no longer available via Smart Switch.
Android 11 update has been discontinued
Samsung started rolling out One UI 3 in mid-January Samsung Galaxy S10e, From Samsung Galaxy S10 And the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Now Samsung has stopped rolling out the software and removed the software from the update servers. So the update can no longer be downloaded. Have you already installed the update on your S10? Then nothing changes. Do you have a Galaxy S10 Lite? Then don’t worry. The Android 11 update For this unit based on different firmware.
It’s not entirely clear why Samsung stopped rolling out the Android 11 update. There are complaints about the camera that doesn’t always take sharp photos. Galaxy Club These complaints also came XDA Forum against. Problems with higher power consumption and less fluid animations have also been reported there. Advice provider Dave has sent out photos below clearly showing that focus is not going well:
Now Samsung is waiting to fix bugs in the program. Once this is done, the company will resume the offering and make it available again through its servers. Until then, as an S10 owner, you might encounter the issues described above. Once the issues are resolved and the rolling starts again, you can reinstall it. When the time is up, you’ll read that on Androidworld.
Have you already installed Android 11 on your S10, S10 Plus or S10e and are you also having issues? Let us know in the comments.
Thanks for the tip, Henk, Dave!
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