Samsung rolls out another Android 10 beta build for Galaxy S9 and S9+


Remember when Samsung was the absolute worst when it came to updating its smartphones and how brands such as Sony, Motorola, and HTC regularly rolled out the latest version of Android months before Samsung got around to doing so? Well, in the past year it seems that the roles have been reversed (at least where flagships are concerned) because the sixth build of Samsung’s Android 10 beta is already being received by the almost two-year-old Galaxy S9 and S9+.

The OTA comes in at 116MB and includes some minor tweaks and fixes ahead of the imminent release of the stable build. The changelog includes the following:

  • Fixed issues that users sometimes can’t enter a PIN in Samsung Pay security keypad
  • Updated Samsung Camera to v10.0.01.49
  • Fixed mobile data issues with certain MVNO operators
  • Fixed bug relating to dual-SIM functionality

Like the previous beta build, this new update also includes the January security patch. The build is already rolling out to handsets enrolled in the beta program in India and should roll out in the rest of the world soon. This sixth beta build is likely to be the final release before the stable Android 10 update rolls out later this month, as per the roadmap on the Samsung Members app.

Source: AndroidPolice

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