Samsung began updating its Galaxy S10 smartphones to Android 11 in early January, but a few weeks later, the software deployment was stopped.
What is known
This was reported by the SamMobile edition. The system is no longer available for download over the air. Also, it can no longer be installed using the SmartSwitch program. Samsung did not disclose the reason for the firmware recall, but according to reports from users who have already updated, the software contains errors. For example, some owners’ smartphones began to warm up and take poor pictures.
Unfortunately, there is no information when the software will be released. Most likely, Samsung developers will now fix bugs and re-release the system in the coming weeks.