T-Mobile has begun to roll out a new firmware update for the second-generation foldable phone of Samsung, Galaxy Z Fold 2 in the US. It comes with some improvements and brings the latest security patch.
The official changelog mentions that this update for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 adds improvements to the stability of system functions to increase the user experience.
This new software update is identified with build version F916USQU1BTJE. It also installs the latest November 2020 security patch to increase the security level of your device for better protection.
What’s new in the changelog:
- Overall stability of functions improved.
- The security of your device has been improved.
Just recently, T-Mobile has also provided the latest November 2020 security patch to the older flagship smartphones of Samsung including the Galaxy Note 9 and S10 series.
Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has announced the One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 phones in its home country. But the rollout has currently paused due to some technical issues. The company will also start the One UI 3.0 beta program for these foldable smartphones (without carrier branding).
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After the completion of several beta testing phases, once the stable rollout begins, the carriers will also start providing the latest One UI 3.0 update with a set of new features and a refreshed user interface for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices.
If you’re from the United States and have chosen T-Mobile as your network service provider, then check for the latest update manually by following the steps given below.
- Software updates
- Download and install.