Unlocked Galaxy S10 units receive July 2021 security update in US

Samsung began rolling out the July 2021 security update to its smartphones and tablets during the last week of June. The international variants of the Galaxy S10 series were the first phones to benefit from the update. Now the unlocked variants of the Galaxy S10 have started to receive the latest security patch.

The Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 + have started receiving a new update in the US. The latest update carries the firmware version G97xU1UES5GUF2 and includes the July 2021 security patch. Samsung had mentioned in its documentation that its latest security patch fixed more than 20 vulnerabilities related to privacy and security. It should also fix any Android Auto bugs you might be facing.

If you are using the unlocked version of Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10 + in the US, you can get the latest update by going to Settings »Software update and tapping Download and install. Alternatively, you can flash the update manually after downloading the latest firmware file from our database.

The update is currently available on the Bluegrass Cellular, Comcast, Nextech / C-spire and Xfinity Mobile network in the United States. Other carrier networks may receive the update in the coming days. The Galaxy S10 series launched in 2019 with Android 9 on board, and it received the Android 10 update early last year and the Android 11 update earlier this year.

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