One UI 3.1

Samsung Galaxy S10 at T-Mobile gets One UI 3.1 update with various new features

Starting March, Samsung started releasing the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update to its older flagship devices such as the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 in several markets.

Now, as per the latest information, the Galaxy S10 series smartphone users begun grabbing a new software update in the US, who have purchased these handsets from T-Mobile carrier.

The changelog of this update reveals that the carrier has finally delivered the One UI 3.1 features to its locked Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G smartphones in the US. Besides, this release also installs the March 2021 security patches for better device security.

Introduced alongside the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung One UI 3.1 update brings a number of new and helpful features such as Eye Comfort Shield, Object Eraser, Private Share, Samsung Free, Google Duo integration with stock dialer app, buds Auto Switching, ability to remove location data before sharing and more.

Software versions:

  • G970USQU5GUCG – Galaxy S10e
  • G973USQU5GUCG – Galaxy S10
  • G975USQU5GUCG – Galaxy S10+
  • G977TUVU6FUC1 – Galaxy S10 5G


  • March 2021 security patch
  • One UI 3.1
  • New Echolocate app

If you also purchased one of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series flagships from T-Mobile carrier, then check for the updates manually by navigating to your device Settings, scroll down and select the Software updates section, and finally tap on Download and install.


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