Samsung has decided to put the rollout of the Android 11 update on Galaxy S10s on hold until further notice. Many users have indeed encountered bugs and malfunctions after installing firmware. According to some accounts, the One UI 3.0 update notably caused the smartphone to overheat.
In early January 2021, Samsung launched the deployment of the Android 11 update, accompanied by the One UI 3.0 overlay, on smartphones in the Galaxy S10 range. After several weeks of beta program, the S10, S10 + and S10e could benefit from the update in final and stable version.
The manufacturer has notably pushed the firmware on European terminals. Samsung had managed to get ahead of its initial deployment schedule. Unfortunately, Samsung was quickly forced to back down. According to information from our colleagues at SamMobile, the Seoul giant recently suspended the rollout of the Android 11 update on the Galaxy S10. The firmware is no longer offered over the air on devices.
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Android 11 update causes Galaxy S10 to overheat
Also according to SamMobile, users who installed the Android 11 update on their Galaxy S10 have encountered an avalanche of bugs and various malfunctions. According to testimonials collected by the media, the update caused smartphones to overheat abnormally after a few minutes of use. Some users also claim to have encountered blur problems with the camera. A software bug obviously causes a malfunction of the processing algorithms integrated into the old flagship.
If you have already installed Android 11 on your Galaxy S10, we advise you to take your troubles patiently. The South Korean manufacturer should quickly offer a second version of the update, accompanied by a patch to fix bugs. For now, Samsung has not yet confirmed the end of the deployment of Android 11 on the S10. We’ll tell you more as soon as possible. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.