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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Android 12L One UI 4.1.1 update info



Samsung Galaxy Note 10 One UI

In August 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10 series as the successor to the Galaxy Note 9 flagship. At the Galaxy Unpacked event, the company introduced the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, and next year, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite was unveiled as an affordable variant of the flagship line.

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The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ shipped with the Android 9-based One UI 1.5 while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite came with the One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 out of the box. Presently, these devices run the latest Android 12-based One UI version 4.1.

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The Galaxy Note 10 lineup has already received the major One UI 4.1 update, based on Android 12. However, Samsung is likely to introduce the Android 12L based One UI 4.1.1 with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in August. Meanwhile, the company might also bring the One UI 4.1.1 to the Galaxy Note 10 series.

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This article will cover every major and minor software update that will arrive for the Galaxy Note 10 series devices. At the same time, you can get all the latest insights on Samsung’s Android 12L and One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Galaxy Note 10 Lite.


July 01, 2022

We’re guessing that Samsung might provide another Android upgrade to the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, S10e, S10, and S10+ smartphones, possibly the Android 12L. As all the eligible Pixel devices are currently running the 12L version of the Android operating system, the South Korean tech giant might deliver it to a handful of Galaxy devices as well. Read more



June 30, 2022


Samsung has started releasing a new update for the Galaxy Themes app to improve performance. Identified via version, the latest update of the Galaxy Themes brings Android 12L-based One  UI 4.1.1 support.



June 17, 2022

It looks like Samsung is testing a major software on the latest flagships for consumers in Europe, which could be the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 or the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1.



June 25, 2022

Tipster Jon Prosser has recently revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable smartphones might be launched on August 10, 2022. We know that the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 will also be introduced alongside the upcoming foldables.




June 09, 2022

Samsung just released a new application update to the Good Lock’s One Hand Operation + module, adding support for the One UI 4.1.1 version. At the same time, the changelog revealed that the upcoming One UI 4.1.1 iteration will be based on the Android 12L operating system.



June 04, 2022

The upcoming One UI 4.1.1 firmware will fix major issues occurring on the Good Lock’s Wonderland customization application. The recently emerged bugs and issues require “a lot of platform-level code correction”, which will be reflected with the One UI 4.1.1 version.



June 04, 2022


Samsung starts One UI 4.1.1 firmware development on Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 under the build version F936NKSU0AVF2 and F721NKSU0AVF2, respectively. We can take it as the company’s yet another action ahead of the launch of the new foldable phones.



March 22, 2022

Today, Samsung has initially pushed the new Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ devices.

Notably, these devices have already received three major OS upgrades, in which the Android 12 is the last one. It means these phones will have to spend their remaining life on One UI 4.1.



March 15, 2022

The company announced that select Camera features of the new Galaxy S22 series will be offered to several older flagship devices including the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 series with the One UI 4.1 update.


As per the info, the upcoming features are night portrait, pet recognition, lighting position editing, telephoto portrait mode, Director’s View, integrated Snapchat and more.

Nevertheless, the mod announcement doesn’t mention the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series, it’s expected that the One UI 4.1 may not be released.

Meanwhile, Samsung should provide the One UI 4.1 update to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series as well, which will further enhance the stability alongside fixing some minor issues appeared after upgrading to the Android 12.



March 9, 2022

  • Samsung will soon rollout March 2022 security update for more Galaxy devices including Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and more. Along with the security patch, these devices may also receive the One UI 4.1 update. Read the complete story here.



February 9, 2022

  • Samsung has now officially launched the Galaxy S22 smartphone lineup, which comes with the latest Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software. Read more


December 31, 2021

Stable Android 12 One UI 4.0 rolling out

Samsung is now expanding this major software update with One UI 4.0 novelties to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ devices. In addition, this release includes the January 2022 security patch for the Galaxy Note 10 line. Read more


Software versions

  • Galaxy Note 10 – N970FXXU7GULD
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus – N975FXXU7GULD
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G – N976BXXU7GULD



December 27, 2021

One UI 4 Beta 3 rolling out

The Galaxy Note 10 One UI 4 Beta 3 changelog includes fixes for the media-related photos not being saved, improvement of system slowdown when a notification arrives, malfunction filter frequently occur and AKG 400 error. Read more

  • Third One UI 4 Beta Changelog
    • Media-related photo not being saved (when capturing/gallery/dual messenger does not work, etc.)
    • Improvement of system slowdown when a notification occurs
    • Malfunction filter frequently occurs
    • AKG N400 connection error
    • In My Files/Gallery app Korean file name not found


December 12, 2021

One UI 4 Beta bug fix list has a bug

As you can see in the second Galaxy Note 10 One UI 4 Beta update for South Korea, the changelog mentions “Fixed for the errors that don’t work at adaptive refresh 120Hz”. Well, it’s just a typing mistake by the software developer because the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ have fixed refresh rate screens at 60Hz.


December 09, 2021

One UI 4 Beta 2 – South Korea

Samsung released the 2nd One UI 4 Beta update for the Galaxy Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G smartphones in South Korea. It comes with fixes for a lot of bugs and CVEs for enhanced stability.


  • Stuttering issues when scrolling through various apps (status bar (quick panel), etc.)
  • Stuttering when running the Messages app
  • Not entering a conversation from a message
  • No background blur effect applied in the app entry/multi-tasking window
  • When playing a video Stuttering


  • App not visible in Secure Folder
  • Reset when playing the next song in Samsung Music
  • Stuttering when scrolling in Weather app
  • Error playing mp4 file in video player
  • Edge panel not working


  • Web in Instagram/Facebook app Link to site error
  • When entering the main screen with the Samsung Dex Apps button, there is a delay of about 1 second
  • When running some apps in recent apps, the corners are filled late
  • Blank screen occurs when scrolling the Quick Panel
  • Unexplained vibration occurs [S10 series only]
  • Fixed other minor issues


December 09, 2021

One UI 4 Beta – US

Samsung announced the One UI 4 Beta program for the Galaxy S10 series devices in the US. At the same time, the company has rolled out the first Android 12-based Beta software for consumers.


December 02, 2021

One UI 4 Beta – South Korea

Samsung has officially announced the Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 series devices in South Korea. The Beta Operations Manager started recruiting the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ smartphone users for One UI 4 Beta program. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 One UI 4 Beta

December 01, 2021

November 2021 update @ Verizon US

Along with the November 2021 security patch, Verizon included performance improvements on your Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, or Galaxy Note 10+ 5G device. You can check the software versions below. [Source]

  • Galaxy Note 10 – N970USQU7FUJ8
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus – N975USQU7FUJ8
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G – N976VVRU7FUJ8

November 22, 2021

Spotted on Geekbench with Android 12

The Galaxy Note 10 series phones are officially confirmed to get One UI 4.0 update sometime in December 2021, however, the Galaxy Note 10 5G variant was spotted on Geekbench running the Android 12 OS. It suggests that the Beta version of this major upgrade is likely to release soon.

November 15, 2021

Official One UI 4.0 announced

On November 15, Samsung announced the One UI 4.0 official version based on Android 12 OS for the Galaxy devices. Read more


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Android 12

Download Android 12 Custom ROM for Samsung phones



Samsung Android 12

Back in October 2021, Google launched the new version of its mobile operating system that is Android 12. Inspired by Google’s Android 12 OS, One UI 4.0 has various new features and changes for all eligible Samsung phones.

The South Korean tech giant delivered Android 12-based One UI 4.0 and One UI 4.1 updates to almost every eligible Galaxy device. However, several phones and tabs are now outdated when it comes to software upgrade support.


You can still enjoy all the Android 12 features and improvements by installing a custom ROM on your Samsung smartphone or tablet, unofficially. Thanks to XDA, we have several Android 12 Custom ROM for Samsung phones and tablets.

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You can download the Android 12 custom ROM for your smartphone and do manually flash it to install the latest OS and get its features. Notably, the unofficial ROM may have some issues with the phone’s functionality, so read the developer’s instructions first.

Note: Manual flashing causes personal data loss, make a backup before installing custom ROM.



LineageOS 19 [Android 12L]

  • Supported phones – Galaxy S10e, S10 & S10+


Descendant 12.1 [Android 12L]

  • For various devices


Pixel Experience 12, 12 Plus [Android 12L]

  • For various devices

Noble ROM 2.1 (One UI 4.1) for Galaxy S9, Note 9

Download Links:

Check Noble ROM 2.1 Changelog here.


Noble ROM 2.0 Android 12 to Galaxy S9 and Note 9

Download Links:

  • One UI 4.0/Noble ROM 2.0 for Galaxy S9|S9 Plus –Download Link
  • One UI 4.0/Noble ROM 2.0 for Galaxy Note 9– Download Link

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These Samsung devices could get Taskbar feature with Android 12L



Samsung Android 12L Taskbar Eligible Devices

Samsung introduced the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 software with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone. Following this, other Galaxy device users started wondering about the eligible devices for the stellar Samsung Android 12L Taskbar feature.

According to the information, Samsung promised to bring the Android 12L software upgrade to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable smartphone, which could be released anytime from now on. Besides, we are guessing Android 12L update with Taskbar feature could roll out to Galaxy tablets as well, so what about eligible devices?

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Samsung Taskbar Eligible Devices

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 – Uncertain
  • Galaxy Fold – Uncertain
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Plus
  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab S7+ – Uncertain
  • Galaxy Tab S7

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Samsung Android 12L Taskbar Eligible Devices

Android 12L

Google says Android 12L is a special feature drop, which makes the Android OS 12 even better on large screens. The company has further polished and optimized the system user interface for large screens, making multitasking more powerful and intuitive.


The Android 12L OS comes with a new taskbar, which makes multitasking even easier than before. Gestures make using the taskbar even faster, with drag and drop to enter split-screen mode and swipe up to go home. On Samsung Fold 4, the taskbar is smarter as it appears and disappears as per the usage.

Created by the South Korean tech giant, the One UI 4.1.1 is based on the Android 12L OS, which could introduce the new Taskbar feature on big-screen and foldable Galaxy devices after the initial debut on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 at August Unpacked.

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Android 12L

Here is the Samsung Android 12L Taskbar feature



Samsung Android 12L Taskbar features

Samsung One UI 4.1.1 is based on Google’s Android 12L operating system, which is ready to activate the starry Taskbar feature on big-screen and foldable Galaxy devices after the initial debut on the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

Inspired by the Android 12L OS, the One UI 4.1.1 brings the Taskbar feature to the latest Samsung foldable smartphone in order to take consumers’ multitasking experience to a whole new level.

The newly debuted Taskbar feature allows you to access and switch between your most used apps, seamlessly. The layout and functionality of this feature are almost similar to your Windows-powered Galaxy Book devices.

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Samsung Android 12L Taskbar features

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Samsung Taskbar feature lets you instantly switch full-screen apps to pop-up windows or split their screen in half by just simple swipe gestures, which elevates new possibilities of multitasking on mobile phones.

The company crafted the user interface with brilliant minds, resulting, in Taskbar only appears when you are using an application or two or three. It automatically disappears when you are on the homescreen of your foldable phone.

As soon as you open any app, the Taskbar activates at the bottom alongside the navigation buttons, letting you seamlessly switch between apps that are already available in the Taskbar area.

You can enable multi-windows now even easier by just pressing and holding app icons and bringing them to the screen area. As you can see in the video clips below, how three apps are working on a single screen, simultaneously.

Another interesting feature is that you can make a group of apps. For example, if you are using three apps at the same time, you can add a group of them and store them in Taskbar, once pressed, all three windows will be activated.


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