Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ getting a new update with OneDrive integration and more

Samsung has already rolled out the November 2019 security patch to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. The devices are now getting a new software update, which is important for the Note 10 and  Note 10+.

The latest update brings a new feature – you can now Sync Gallery with OneDrive app. The Galaxy Note 10 smartphones users can now automatically sync their images and videos to OneDrive through the Gallery.

If you turn on OneDrive integration, all photos and videos will transfer from the Samsung Cloud to OneDrive. The Galaxy users get an extra 15GB of cloud storage for a year in addition to the 5GB anyone can get for free.

This feature is also available for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ One UI 2.0 beta users.

Additionally, it improved the performance of Bixby. Importantly, it added the latest fingerprint security patch. The November 2019 security patch included too.

The software version of this update is N970FXXU1ASJM and N975FXXU1ASJM for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ respectively. It is currently rolling out in Switzerland.

Watch the official introduction of the Samsung One UI 2.0 (Video)

Complete changelog:

  • Integration of Samsung Cloud and Microsoft OneDrive (Sync Gallery with OneDrive)
  • Provides a natural and frictionless mobile to desktop data continuity experience for your pictures through OneDrive integration.
  • The performance of Bixby has been improved
  • Improved fingerprint recognition algorithm

If you have the device, you can check for the update manually by heading into the Settings > Software update.

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