Samsung One UI 2.5 Update Tracker: Tools Available So Far

Samsung One UI 2.5 Update Tracker: Tools Available So Far

New updates are being added at the bottom of this story.

The original story (published August 22, 2020) is as follows:

Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at its latest UNPACKED event. The company seems to have cut a number of angles with the standard Note 20, which has prompted many interested parties to write off the device as a no-go. The Note 20 Ultra has a lot to offer.

Samsung surprised us all too Announcing The company will now provide 3 OS updates for this Some of its tools. This is a much needed change for other Android OEMs. However, the company also showed the features that come with the new skin.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are preloaded with One UI 2.5. This new skin does not bring any major changes or improvements. Instead, it offers a few new features, such as the ability to wirelessly run Samsung Dex on an external display, along with other useful additions.

Of course, not all Samsung phones will get the One UI 2.5 update. With that in mind, we have already curated a list of tools A UI 2.5 is eligible. Thankfully, it looks like many of the devices launched over the past year will get new skins.

The One UI 2.5 skin is based on Android 10, which is why many existing devices are eligible for the update. In fact, Samsung has just launched the OneUI 2.5 update for devices from the Galaxy S20 series. Currently, users U.S. And Europe It accepts.

As with any other previous system update, not all devices release the same UI 2.5 skin at the same time. Also, the availability of updates varies by region. Therefore, it can be a hindrance for users to keep track of the rollout.

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As regular Punic Web readers know, we make tracking updates much easier with our dedicated update trackers. So in this article, we will keep track of all the Samsung Galaxy devices that took the One UI 2.5 update based on Android 10.

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The list that was here earlier has been moved to the bottom of the story.
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Like the One UI 2.1 update, Samsung generally does not release beta updates before the update is delivered to users. So, when the company decides to launch a new skin for a device, it will be in its permanent form.

At the time of writing, it seems that only the Galaxy S20 series has received the update as we mentioned above. The Galaxy S10 series and Note 10 series may be next to get the update Test builds appeared. Stay tuned to the Punica web to find out when the update will be ready for your specific unit.

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Update 1 (August 24)

As expected, Samsung has just released the OneUI 2.5 update with the August security patch for the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Flip. The update currently hits the build number on the unlocked version of the device in the US BTGE Its weight is 1157.90MB.

Owners of the EE Samsung Galaxy S20 series have begun to report that the One UI 2.5 update will be released in the UK. However, EE UK has not yet made an official announcement regarding the rollout of the Android 10 based One UI 2.5 update. For more information, head Here.

Update 2 (August 25)

Samsung has released the OneUI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20 series in South Korea and India. The update is sown over the air, and users should start receiving the update as soon as it is not already available. See the full story Here.

The One UI 2.5 update has just entered the Galaxy S20 series in South Africa. The update comes with the built-in number BTH5, which provides the 2020 August security patch. For more information, head Here.

The One UI 2.5 update adds an option for users to use the Samsung Dex feature wirelessly on smart TVs. However, the catch is that it only works with smart TVs that support phone screen mirroring. The company recommends using this feature on TV sets launched in 2019 and beyond. Check out more details Here.

Update 3 (August 26)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Series users in Canada are now getting the latest One One UI 2.5 update on their devices. Looks like the update will be released on unlocked and carrier branded units. For more information, head Here.

It seems that the update for the S20 lineup is now live in Australia. Few users went to Reddit to confirm the arrival of the One UI 2.5 update on both unlocked and carrier branded models. For more information, head Here.

Update 4 (August 28)

Samsung has recently launched its latest OneUI 2.5 update in several regions. We learned through a user Reddit post that the update is now live in New Zealand and Italy. For more information, head Here.

Samsung has launched the OneI UI 2.5 update in Indonesia and Mexico. An Indonesian user posted a screenshot of the Galaxy S20 update to Twitter. Sam Mobile listed that the update is also live in Mexico. Read the full story Here.

When we reported that Galaxy S20 devices in Indonesia, Mexico, New Zealand and Italy were receiving a UI 2.5 update, here was another development. The Galaxy S20 Series receives a UI 2.5 update for three in the UK, Vodafone and O2. The update is also live in Germany. See full coverage Here.

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Unlocked variants of the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and Galaxy S20 + have received the Android 10 based update along with the One UI 2.5. Some users have taken to Reddit that the update is now available for download. For details, click Here.

Update 5 (August 29)

Samsung is releasing the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20 series in all regions. The latest device to get this update is the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in the US. The update comes shortly after the upgrade to the Galaxy S20 Series One UI 2.5 on Verizon and T-Mobile. For the whole story, head on Here.

Update 6 (August 31)

IST: 02:20 pm: Accordingly TisenHelp, Samsung is currently working on a trim-version version of the One UI 2.5, which will soon be available for the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + devices. A Samsung representative in Korea stated that not all functions and features will work as intended due to the old hardware in the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 series.

It is reported that Samsung will skip the beta-update testing phase after the completion of the review phase and will release the full version of the Trim-One One One UI 2.5 for devices.

Update 7 (September 03)

IST: 12:00 pm: Samsung has just released the OneUI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series. The update for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10 comes with the software version G973 FXXU8DTH7, G975FXNU8DTH7 and G970FXX8DTH7, respectively. Initially released in Germany, it will soon be available in other regions as well. Read the full story Here.

IST: 06:05 pm: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is another device that has started to receive the One UI 2.5 update, despite the limited number of users in Spain. The update is expected to spread to other areas in the coming days.

IST: 09:42 pm: The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are now available in Germany with the OneUI 2.5 update. In addition, the update moves to the Galaxy Note 10 + 5G and Galaxy Note 10 Lite in Switzerland and Spain, respectively. More details Here.

Update 8 (September 04)

IST: 03:47 pm: A user took the WhatsApp chat screenshot Reddit to a random user who wanted to know the status of the One UI 2.5 update on their Galaxy A50 device. The Samsung Help official helpline said the update would arrive by the end of September. See full details Here.

Update 9 (September 05)

IST: 11:50 am: The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is currently receiving the OneUI 2.5 update as the G770FXXU3CTH4 version in Spain. However, some features like wireless DX functionality and some camera features are not seen. Check out the whole story Here.

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Update 10 (September 07)

IST: 12:30 pm: The much awaited One UI 2.5 update (based on Android 10) is expected to hit the Galaxy Note 9 soon. head Here For more information.

IST: 13:15 pm: After installing the One UI 2.5 updates, Samsung Galaxy S20 users face problems with GPS tracking, in which device movements are not well tracked. You can read the full story here Here.

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The list below will be updated regularly when an update is released for any of the eligible devices.

Device / countrySouth KoreaUnited StatesUKGermanyIndiaThe rest of EuropeCanada
Samsung Galaxy S9coming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy S9 +coming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy S10coming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleasedcoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy S10 +coming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleasedcoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy S10Ecoming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleasedcoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Device / countrySouth KoreaUnited StatesUKGermanyIndiaThe rest of EuropeCanada
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Litecoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleased (Spain)coming soon
Samsung Galaxy Note 10coming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleasedcoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+coming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleasedcoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 + 5Gcoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleased (Switzerland)coming soon
Samsung Galaxy A50coming soonExpected by the end of Septembercoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soon
Device / countrySouth KoreaUnited StatesUKGermanyIndiaThe rest of EuropeCanada
Samsung Galaxy S10 Litecoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming sooncoming soonReleased (Spain)coming soon

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