Galaxy S10 update fixed Fingerprint scanner issues
Samsung is now releasing software updates for the recent flagship, Galaxy S10. This update fixes issues with the fingerprint scanner.
Recently, it was reported that Samsung’s ultra-sonic fingerprint scanner can be fooled using a fake fingerprint. This update might fix that security loophole. Not only this, the smartphone is now receiving the March security update.
Although the fingerprint update comes in 6.8MB size, the update is to fix several problems with the sensor. Along with it, users might get the March Update in the coming days.
However, Samsung again hid the changelog with a rather simple message, that they use often. According to Samsung, the update brings several bug fixes and performance improvements. The firmware update pushes the firmware version to G973U1EU1ASD3/G973U1OYM1ASD3/ G973U1UEU1ASD3.
However, the update is coming slowly. You might have to wait for the update to reach your Galaxy S10.
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