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Android 11-based One UI 3.1 rolling out for Samsung Galaxy M02s and Galaxy F02s

by Ashish

Samsung started to send Android 11 updates for the Galaxy M02 and Galaxy F02 smartphones. It is worth noting that these devices come with Android 10 and were launched earlier this year.

Well, consumers do not appreciate that Samsung installed the one-year-old Android operating system for 2021 devices. Thankfully, the company is now correcting its errors and has released a stable Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update for the Galaxy M02 and Galaxy F02.

In addition to all the fancy features of Android 11 and One UI 3.1, this update also installs the newer security patches released in April 2021. Interestingly, Samsung has not yet pushed this update in One UI 3.0 but instead released it in One UI 3.0. 3.1.

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Identified by the release number: M025FXXU2BUDC and E025FXXU1BUDC for Galaxy M02 and Galaxy F02. As always, if you own a Galaxy M02 or Galaxy F02 in India, this update should have arrived on your device. It should be noted that since this update is launched via OTA, it will take some time to use all units.

The One UI 3.1 update debuted with the Galaxy S21 series, bringing a variety of new and useful functions (applicable to some models), such as Eye Comfort Shield, object eraser, private sharing, Samsung Free, and stock dialer apps Integrated Google Duo, buds Auto-Switching, can delete location data before sharing, etc.

Currently, Galaxy M02s and Galaxy F02s users in India can use all the features of Google’s Android 11 OS, such as chat bubbles, which can help you focus on your current work, one-time permission to the app, fixed conversations, security improvements, notifications History records, better privacy control, built-in screen recorder and more.

In addition to Android 11, the new Galaxy M02s and Galaxy F02s firmware also bring all the user interface changes of One UI 3.0, including the redesigned home screen, quick panel, application drawer, lock screen, and settings menu.

How to check for updates: 

  • Open device’s Settings
  • Scroll down to Software updates section
  • Then click on Download and install

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