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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is receiving a new software update on the T-Mobile network carrier in the US. This update brings the August 2020 security patch and a major network upgrade. The latest update brings a capability to the device to support T-Mobile’s standalone 5G network.

Read More– List of eligible Samsung Galaxy devices for One UI 3.0

According to the T-Mobile, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G upgrading to N976USQU3BTI5 build number weighing around 400MB in size. After updating your device you would get higher quality 5G and better 5G signal strength on your device. T-Mobile has launched the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on its network carrier last year and released the Android 10 after a month.

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Last month, the US’s major service carrier T-Mobile has launched its standalone 5G network. Previously, Note 10+ 5G users could use T-Mobile’s 600MHz 5G, which means 5G signals were limited to the range of 4G LTE. After this update, you could see better 5G connectivity along with lower latency.

If you have not already received a notification about its availability, you can try a manual search by going to the Settings app then Software Update, and then tap the download and install option on the following interface.

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Galaxy S23 is a big upgrade, but Samsung skips seamless Android updates yet again

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Lavender

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S23 series has everything for today’s needs including the fastest processor, the latest software system out of the box, and long updates support. With the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung skipped bringing the seamless Android updates feature, which was highly awaited.

According to AndroidPolice, the Galaxy S23 Ultra (naturally others too) doesn’t support the seamless Android updates feature after all. To verify it, the source managed to run the Treble Info tool, which confirmed Samsung has not enabled the seamless updates feature.

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It is surprising that Samsung has not adopted the seamless Android updates support for the Galaxy S23 series. In an interview last year, the One UI department head confirmed that the company is working to bring seamless updates to Galaxy, which could be possible with One UI 6.

Samsung Galaxy s23 seamless Android updates

In the recent past, it was reported that the Android maker (Google) is working to make it mandatory for smartphone vendors to bring support for seamless updates. Samsung is best in terms of Android software updates, matching Apple’s dominance. Still, the company is missing this important feature, which became common nowadays.

No one is unaware of Google and Samsung’s sweet friendship, but the lack of such as great feature forces us to scratch our heads. With seamless updates, smartphones install new firmware updates in a second virtual partition to reduce downtime.

Smartphones like Google Pixel support seamless Android updates feature, letting you continue to use the device during the installation of software. Instead of going into a long downtime, seamless updates help phones to install the software to a second partition while you continue to use the main one.

As soon as the installation completes in the second partition, you are just required to reboot it for a few seconds to merge the new incremental software. We hope the Samsung flagship coming in the next half would eventually bring the seamless updates feature.

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Samsung installs Maintenance mode on Galaxy A32, F22 in India

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Samsung A32 F22 Maintenance mode

Samsung has started rolling out the latest software updates for Galaxy A32 and Galaxy F22 smartphones in India. Although the update brings the outdated December 2022 Android security patch, it installs a new Maintenance mode feature on your Samsung Galaxy A32 and Galaxy F22 smartphones.

Maintenance mode is basically the feature of Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software. Both of these phones grabbed the update in the latest 2022 but due to some reasons, the company did not install Maintenance mode at that time.

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Now as the feature is released for the corresponding device users, they can experience enhanced privacy. Maintenance mode protects your privacy when someone else is using your phone, such as when you send it in for repairs.

Samsung A32 Maintenance mode

Once enabled, it will prevent your pictures, messages, accounts, and other personal data from being accessed when you are not around your phone. It automatically switches your phone to a new guest user account so that no one can access your data.

Samsung A32 Maintenance mode

Aside from these, the December 2022 Android security patch addresses 80 vulnerabilities and issues that affect the system’s security. These fixes include 5 critical, 60 high, and 2 moderate levels of vulnerabilities, which are a part of Google’s Android security bulletin, and 13 Galaxy-specific exposures that were harming various One UI apps and services.

You can now get access and take advantage of the Maintenance mode feature of your Samsung Galaxy A32 and Galaxy F22 smartphones by installing the newest software update. To do so, you need to visit the Software update section in Settings.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5/4 gets Body composition, One UI 5.1 Camera controller features in the US

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Samsung Watch 5 Body composition US

Samsung is rolling out the February 2023 software update for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 smartwatches in the US, bringing some new features including body composition and the One UI 5.1 camera controller.

The feature-packed Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 update is rolling out for the US customers operating Verizon carrier. The software versions are as follows:

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Software version:

  • Galaxy Watch 4 (40mm): R865USQU1GWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 4 (44mm): R875USQU1GWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 4 Classic (42mm): R885USQU1GWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 4 Classic (46mm): R895USQU1GWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 5 (40mm): R905USQU1AWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 5 (44mm): R915USQU1AWA3
  • Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (45mm): R925USQU1AWA3

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Galaxy Watch Body composition:

The Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 in some countries have the body composition feature since launch. But due to some legal restrictions, it was not available in the US. Now the company is finally releasing it to make your Galaxy Watch more useful.

Samsung’s body composition measurement function gives you a deeper understanding of your general health and fitness, with key measurements like skeletal muscle, basal metabolic rate, body water, and body fat percentage. It lets you check your current body condition within 15 seconds using just two fingers. Here’s how to …

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Plugin January 2023 update

Galaxy Watch One UI 5.1 Camera controller:

Samsung has been offering the ability to control smartphone camera from smartwatches for a long. Meanwhile, the One UI 5.1 Camera controller feature will let customers remotely zoom the camera by pinching in or out the watch’s screen or through the rotating bezel.

Currently, you won’t be able to use this feature as Samsung mentioned that it will only work with One UI 5.1 software or later. You can have hands-on this feature once your Galaxy phone will receive the One UI 5.1 update.

Samsung Watch 5 One UI 5.1 Camera controller

How to install:

Head over to Galaxy wearable app on a connected Android phone and navigate to Watch settings >> Watch software update >> Download and install. If an update is available, tap the “Update now” option, and on the Watch software update’ screen, tap “Install now”.

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