[Available in the US] Samsung rolls out One UI 3.1 based Android 11 Update for Galaxy A20

Just a few days ago, Samsung kicked off the Android 11 Update for the Galaxy A20e. Now the South Korean tech giant starts rolling out the big update for vanilla Galaxy A20. As the device received an Android 10 update in April 2020, the One UI 3.1 based Android 11 is going to be the last major update on the Galaxy A20. As obvious, the update will bag a flurry of new features, improvements, and fixes. Here you can explore everything about Samsung Galaxy A20 Android 11 Update.

The vegetation of the new update is based on the A205FNPUUACUF1 firmware version. In the early phases, the update is available in Russia, we can expect a wider rollout in the coming days. Every major update release requires a huge amount of data for sideloading and the One UI 3.1 update on Galaxy A20 is no exception. This build weighs higher than the usually OTA patches. I suggest you connect your device to a stable Wi-Fi network for uninterrupted installation.

In terms of changes and features, then the Galaxy A20 users can now access features like Private Share, Nearby Share, Samsung Free, Eye Comfort Shield, remove location data, Auto Switch feature, along with a few other features, after updating to the Android 11 update. Apart from that, users can also access the essential features of Android 11. As for now, the update changelog is not available to us, we’ll add it later.

Samsung Galaxy A20 Android 11 Update

Usually, Samsung seeds the new update on Galaxy phones in different batches. For the time being, the Android 11 update for Galaxy A20 is available in Russia (now available in US), it will be available in other regions very soon. If you’re using the Galaxy A20 then I recommend you to check the updates manually, as there are some times when OTA notification does not arrive. You can move to the Settings > Software Updates to check newer updates.

But if you can’t wait for the update to arrive over the air, then you can also manually install the update using firmware. You can download the firmware from Frija tool, SamFirm toolSamsung Firmware Downloader. If you are using one of the tools then enter your model and country code and download the firmware. Once downloaded, you can flash the firmware using Odin Tool. Then flash the Galaxy A20 Firmware to your device. If you want to do so, then I recommend you take a backup prior to diving into the process. That’s it.

Update 1: Available in the US

The Galaxy A20 Android 11 is now rolling out in the US. The update is available with build version A205USQU9CUG3. Talking about features it will be the same as Galaxy A20 Android 11 update in other regions. The Android security patch is dated July 2021.

We’ll share more details once available to us, make sure to follow us on (@YTECHB) and Google News (@YTECHB) for quick updates.

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