NEW SOFTWARE UPDATE POLICY: Samsung confirms three major OS updates for the flagship devices launched with Android 9 or later.
Google has started rolling out the stable Android 11 update to the eligible Pixel phones. Now, what about the Samsung Galaxy devices? Is your Galaxy device getting Android 11? Check the list below:
Samsung Galaxy S and Note series Android 11 device list: Updated on OCTOBER 20, 2020.
- Galaxy S20 FE
- Galaxy S20 FE 5G
- Galaxy Note 20 – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program starts
- Galaxy Note 20 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program starts
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program starts
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program starts
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
- Galaxy Z Flip
- Galaxy Z Flip 5G
- Galaxy Tab S7
- Galaxy Tab S7 5G
- Galaxy Tab S7+
- Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G
- Galaxy S20 – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy S20 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy S20 5G UW
- Galaxy S20+ – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy S20+ 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy S20 Ultra – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy Fold 5G
- Galaxy Note 10+
- Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
- Galaxy Note 10
- Galaxy Note 10 5G
- Galaxy S10 5G
- Galaxy S10+
- Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10e
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite
- Galaxy S10 Lite
Samsung Galaxy A-series Android 11 device list:
- Galaxy A01
- Galaxy A10
- Galaxy A10e
- Galaxy A10s
- Galaxy A11
- Galaxy A20
- Galaxy A20e
- Galaxy A20s
- Galaxy A21
- Galaxy A21s
- Galaxy A30
- Galaxy A30s
- Galaxy A31
- Galaxy A40
- Galaxy A41
- Galaxy A42 5G
- Galaxy A50
- Galaxy A50s
- Galaxy A51
- Galaxy A51 5G
- Galaxy A51 5G UW
- Galaxy A60
- Galaxy A70
- Galaxy A70s
- Galaxy A71
- Galaxy A71 5G
- Galaxy A71 5G UW
- Galaxy A80
- Galaxy A8s
- Galaxy A90 5G
- Galaxy A Quantum
Samsung Galaxy M-series Android 11 device list:
- Galaxy M01
- Galaxy M01s
- Galaxy M11
- Galaxy M21
- Galaxy M30s
- Galaxy M31
- Galaxy M31s
- Galaxy M40
- Galaxy M51
- Galaxy M31 Prime
Samsung Galaxy F-series Android 11 device list:
- Galaxy F41
Samsung Galaxy Tab and other smartphones:
- Galaxy Tab Active 3
- Galaxy Tab S5e
- Galaxy Tab S6
- Galaxy Tab S6 5G
- Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
- Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 2020
- Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019
- Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019
- Galaxy Tab Active Pro
- Galaxy Xcover 4s
- Galaxy Xcover Pro
HOW WE CREATED THIS LIST?
Samsung is now giving 3 major OS update to most (Flagship devices launched with Android 9 or later version) of its smartphones – If you have a Samsung Galaxy device launched with Andriod 9 Pie and One UI 1.0 out of the box, then you are eligible (technically) for the next 3 versions of Android (Android 10, Android 11, and Android 12).
Telegram servers facing outage in various places
Update: Telegram outage
It looks like the Telegram servers are facing outages in various parts of the world, mainly on PC. As confirmed by HoiINDI, users are unable to access their Telegram accounts in India right now, which hints at server outage. However, DownDetector data shows that more than 1000 users reported outages within the last 30 minutes.
— HoiINDI (@HoiIndi) November 25, 2021
Previous outage – Oct 04: Instagram/Facebook
Are you also unable to access your Instagram or Facebook account right now? You are not alone as the Down Detector just confirmed that both of these social media giants are facing outages in some parts of the world.
Well, the Facebook-owned WhatsApp is not left behind as it’s also facing server issues just like Facebook and Instagram. To be mentioned, the server outage is happening to random users in some parts of the world including the US and India.
Following the errors, I’ve directly opened Down Detector and the entire matter got confirmed that I’m not alone as more people are also unable to access these social media platforms.
Check live outage status here:
Update 1: Accepting a defeat, Facebook used its official Twitter handle for confirming the outage of Facebook and its products including Instagram and WhatsApp.
We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
— Meta (@Meta) October 4, 2021
Update 2: WhatsApp also confirmed that the server is facing issue that’s why consumers are unable to access their accounts right now.
We’re aware that some people are experiencing issues with WhatsApp at the moment. We’re working to get things back to normal and will send an update here as soon as possible.
Thanks for your patience!
— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) October 4, 2021
Update 3: Instagram asked its users to bear with it on Twitter! So funny😂
Instagram and friends are having a little bit of a hard time right now, and you may be having issues using them. Bear with us, we’re on it! #instagramdown
— Instagram Comms (@InstagramComms) October 4, 2021
T-Mobile agreed to pay $19.5 million to FCC for last year’s 911 outage in US
It must have been a really painful experience if you had to contact the respondent first and the 911 call did not connect, but the same thing happened to thousands of T-Mobile customers in the US on June 15, 2020, in 12 hours.
As a result of the alarming incident, the wireless carrier this week agreed to pay $19.5 million in a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
As a result of this horrific incident, the wireless carrier this week agreed to pay $19.5 million in settlements with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). According to the FCC report, 911 interruptions nationwide last year resulted in a “complete failure” of more than 23,000 emergency calls.
The FCC stated that the “brief failure of the leased fiber transport link on the T-Mobile network” was the initial cause of the useless time and that it was out and combined due to a temporary routing error in the single location. The restoration was also affected by a temporary failure. ”
In an extensively reported statement on the settlement with the FCC this week, T-Mobile said it had improved the reliability of its emergency systems to make 911 available to customers when needed.
It now “goes beyond FCC’s research and continues our focus on our ongoing network build-up,” the company said.
“We understand how critical reliable connectivity is to ensure public safety and we take that responsibility very seriously,” T-Mobile said in the statement. “We have built resiliency into our emergency systems to ensure that our 911 elements are available when they’re needed. This was a short-term isolated outage and we immediately took steps to further enhance our network to prevent this type of event from happening in the future.”
This is not the first time T-Mobile customers have encountered problems calling 911. In 2014, several interruptions blocked the service for a total of three hours. The carrier agreed to pay the FCC $ 17.5 million to resolve the issue.
Verizon, AT&T agreed to limit 5G midband power to avoid aircraft interference
Both Verizon and AT&T have agreed to temporarily reduce the power of their new mid-band 5G towers, following concerns from the aviation industry, eliminating fears that the new spectrum could be used for equipment in commercial and military aircraft.
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced plans to auction off a new segment of the C-band spectrum last year, several commercial aviation groups expressed concern that these new 5G frequencies could lead to catastrophic failures in avionics.
As a result, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the U.S. The Department of Transportation has jointly called on the FCC to suspend the auction until a more comprehensive investigation into the matter can take place.
However, the FCC went so far as to disagree with studies suggesting that the concentration of 5G telecommunications in the new 3.7–3.98GHz C-band may end up in the 4.2–4.4GHz range used by aviation equipment such as radar altimeters.
Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Verizon and AT&T had agreed to delay their mid-band 5G rollout in early 2022 at the request of FAA officials. According to the WSJ, Verizon and AT&T have sent a joint letter to FCC Chair Jessica Rosenvorsel calling for six months to re-energize their 5G cell towers to give aviation security researchers time to further study the effects of the new spectrum.
AT&T and Verizon are both on track to launch their new mid-band 5G deployments on January 5, 2022, and officials note that they do not expect temporary restrictions during the initial rollout to have any serious impact on bandwidth.
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