Samsung is striving hard to compete and maintains its position on the top OEMs of all times by releasing OTA updates. However, this month’s security updates for Samsung were quite funny to be honest. The same has been true for the S10 series.
At first Samsung released updates for a few Exynos powered international phones. However, later the update was re-released with the update version ASG8. The nootloader version is V3. Both of these differ from the previous leaked roll out.
The Samsung S10 T mobile carrier blocked variant, however, lacked the Camera Night Mode. Here’s something to cheer up the S10 users. The Samsung Galaxy S10 August update goes live now all across the globe.
The build number of this update is ASH1. But the bootloader version is same I.e. v3. Thus keeping the way for users to go back to the July build. The size of this update is just 113 MB and there is no significant changelog provided by the OEM except for the boosting of baseline security.
It brings nothing but new security patch. The kernel and the baseband version are same as the July build. Nothing exciting has the update got for its users.
The update, like any other will need some time to go to all the devices. However, with the helps of tools like Frija and flashing using the Odin tool, users can have the update earlier.
In case you are a Samsung Galaxy S10 user, make sure yo share your experience after the update with us.
Stay tuned for more such updates!