Galaxy Note 10 starts receiving One UI 3.1 in Brazil

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Galaxy Note 10 users in Brazil can now stop complaining about the lack of updates on the device. Samsung began releasing One UI 3.1 on Thursday (1st), with the March security package included.

The firmware has three versions: N975FXXU6FUBD, N975OWO6FUC2 and N975FXXU6FUC2 and weighs 1,023.22 MB, or almost 1 GB. The update brings several features available on the Galaxy S20, such as notifications from devices connected to SmartThings, improvements to the camera, automatic adjustment of the color temperature of the screen according to the time of day, automatically switching Buds between phone and tablet and improvements in privacy and sharing of media.

To download the update, just go to Settings> Software update> Download and install. The phone will download and start the update, which will be completed when you restart the device. Keep in mind that the appliance may become hot during the process, but it is normal. It is recommended that the battery is at least 30% before starting the update.

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If your Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10+ does not notify you of the update file, please wait a few hours to try again. It may take a few days for the package to reach all users, as it is released gradually.

The Galaxy Note 10 has already started to receive the April security package in some countries, which should not take long to happen on Brazilian models.

What’s New in One UI 3

Among the novelties of One UI 3.0 is the possibility of turning off the display by double-tapping an empty spot on the home screen, adding smarter widgets to the lock screen and blurring the notification panel, similar to the interface of Oppo smartphones .

The Samsung Internet browser, which has received several new features in recent months, will block the redirection of websites by touching the back button, in addition to warning the user about pages that display many popups or notifications and prohibiting them from being displayed.

Other South Korean native apps, such as Phone, Contacts, Messages, Gallery and even the Samsung Keyboard, will also gain news with the update.

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