A few days ago, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series got a new update to fix some of the discovered bugs related to Bluetooth tethering, volume control bar, and status bar. Today, the brand released a new beta build for the Galaxy S10 series with a series of bug fixes.
The latest firmware fixes issues related to the device reset, file moving, always-on, Bluetooth headset noise, and Wi-Fi hanging. Attached below is the screenshot which shows the full list of bug fixes.
This latest S10 software update size is pretty much big which weighs between 130MB and 200MB and is currently seeding to the unlocked units in the US and in South Korea, bearing version number G97*U1UEU2ZSKL and G97*NKSU3ZSKL, respectively.
To enjoy this new update, go to Settings and then click on the Software update menu on your device to download.