Samsung withdrew the Android 11 One UI 3.0 update for Galaxy S10 models after some users had problems.

Samsung Galaxy S10 series devices in Switzerland were the first devices to receive the update in the first week of January. The update had started to spread rapidly in the global market after this date. However, the update is no longer available for Galaxy S10 series devices.

While the company hasn’t fully explained the reason behind this massive step back, the known reason is said to be the technical troubles that came with the update. According to the report, some Galaxy S10 series users complained of camera blur and the device warming more than normal after installing the update. In addition, there may be some errors related to the update that have not appeared.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 models in Switzerland started receiving the update with the firmware version G97xFXXU9ETLJ in early January. The update was then quickly made available to all Galaxy S10 users in the global market. The update for the Galaxy S10 series came with the January 2021 Android security patch, as well as the Android 11 operating system and the One UI 3.0 interface version.

Finally, let’s note that it is not clear when Samsung will release the update again.

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