In March this year, Samsung began to release Android 11-based One UI 3.1 updates for its older flagship devices (such as Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10) in multiple markets.
Now, according to the latest information, users of the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones have begun to purchase new software in the United States. This software is purchased from the T-Mobile operator.
The updated changelog shows that the carrier has finally provided One UI 3.1 functionality to the locked Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G smartphones in the United States. In addition, this version also installs the March 2021 security patch to improve the security of the device.
The Samsung One UI 3.1 update launched with the Galaxy S21 series brings many new useful features, such as Eye Comfort Shield, object eraser, private sharing, Samsung Free, Google Duo integrated with stock dialer application, automatic bud switching Function, delete location data before sharing, etc.
- 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 are using 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.