How to downgrade Galaxy S10 from Android 10 to 9.0 Pie update

Ruben Fields
December 1, 2019

The Galaxy A51 is tipped to pack a quad rear camera setup and a Galaxy Note 10-like design with a centrally-positioned hole-punch.

The latest update is labelled as software version "G97**XXU3BSKO", and comes with the December security patch with a total size of 140MB.

The update is now seeding in India and you can download it by heading to the Settings Software update menu of your device. The Galaxy S10 and the Note 10 have been beta testing One UI 2.0 for over a month now, and they're naturally first in line to get the stable release by January 2020. As per a related report by SamMobile, "The Galaxy M40 is slated to get the update in March, but the rollout will only begin in earnest for the rest of Samsung's eligible devices - including the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Tab S6 - from April".

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Samsung has launched the Galaxy S10 earlier this year. You also get better accessibility features like a high-contrast theme, enhanced dictation, and Live Transcribe and translation features.

A listing on benchmarking website Geekbench suggests Galaxy A51 will sport 4GB RAM and run Android 10 out-of-the-box. Many screen protectors completely block the ultrasound scanner, while others appear to have patterns that look like fingerprints on the scanner.

You can revert back to Android 9.0 Pie update anytime on your Samsung Galaxy S10 by following this guide. This isn't a surprise, after all, the company is busy with Android 10-based One UI 2 update. For the full list of updates, you can head over to Samsung's official website with the link provided below. Since after the release of new Android 10, many companies have started updating its flagship devices.

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