Samsung suspends Galaxy S10 software update
Samsung suspends Galaxy S10 software update

Samsung rolled out an update last week to its Galaxy S10 series bringing in camera improvements and more. Samsung released a software patch for its S10 line, which aimed to improve the camera along with the May security patch. After the deployment, several users noticed errors in third-party applications, such as Twitter, that were hanging and making the phones not responding. Other owners of the S10 reported a slowdown and no response to the fingerprint sensor. After a negative review, Samsung decided to pull out the update and reinstall it when they solved all the problems.

The latest update brought along issues that caused third-party applications like Nova Launcher, Twitter, and WhatsApp to become unresponsive. For a few users, phones became totally unresponsive and did not react to touch inputs at all for some time, and then reverted back to functioning normally. 

Update XXU1ASE5 brought improvements to the night mode with noise reduction, longer exposures and the possibility of using an ultra-wide sensor. Another important addition was the ability to shoot with a telephoto lens in Live Focus mode. Those who have not yet updated their firmware, it is better to wait for the next release, which should appear in the near future.

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