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Original story (published on June 27, 2019) follows:
US carrier branded phones are often subject to Delayed updates compared to their unlocked global counterparts. Even Samsung Galaxy S10 series is not an exception, as the June security patch is available on international models since quite a few days, but nothing on US units.
Let's rewind up a bit: while T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T got Galaxy S10 models ASD9 build as May update, Sprint models got ASDA build in the same month. US Unlocked models were blessed with ASDB build, but none of them featured the highly anticipated camera night mode.
Remember when the March update for T-Mobile Galaxy S10 got leaked days before the actual release? Thanks to the internal design of the Samsung firmware, the incremental OTA zip could be installed on any carrier specific (except Sprint) unit.
As a matter of fact, the April update (ASD7) for the US models was leaked as well. Continuing the same story, the June update for Samsung Galaxy S10 + (nothing for regular S10 or S10 for now) is now available via an 'unofficial' channel.
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XDA Recognized Contributor Rydah, is the mastermind behind the leak. Incidentally, he is the same guy who has the April update for Galaxy S10 earlier.
XDA's Max Weinbach, on the other hand, hinted that there could be new builds based on the B series. However, the leaked update is still carrying the 'A' tag.
At this moment, we do not know if the carriers will finalize this ASF7 build or move to something new. sideloaded the build, but they have yet to reply.
The model specific download links can be found here:
- Galaxy S10e (SM-G970U) ASD9 to ASF7: Incoming
- Galaxy S10 (SM-G973U) ASD9 to ASF7: Download
- Galaxy S10 + (SM-G9705U) ASD9 to ASF7: Download
To install the package, follow these instructions:
Download, copy to SD card and power the pho ne down. After it's off, hold power, bixby and volume up to you see Samsung S10 + screen, you can hold until you see the blue screen, then let go. Choose update from SD card and download the file you copied to SD card.
Update your data after installing the June update for US Galaxy S10
Update 1 (June 28)
The update is now available officially via T-Mobile update servers. Interestingly, Verizon and AT&T users still need to wait more to get the OTA through official channels.
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