Samsung starts rolling One UI 3.1 Update for Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Two months ago, Galaxy Note 10 Lite received its first major OS update in the form of the One UI 3.0 based Android 11 update. Now Samsung has started pushing its newest One UI 3.1 skin on the Note 10 Lite.

Recently, the company had rolled out the same update for a list of Galaxy phones including Galaxy S20, Note 20, along with Z series foldable phones. The update comes with a slew of new features, improvements, and newer monthly security patch. Here you can check everything about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite One UI 3.1 Update.

If you’re using the Galaxy Note 10 Lite in France, then you can update your device via airborne update. The newer build in France is seeding with N770FXXU7EUB3 software version. Hopefully, Samsung will soon roll it out to other regions as well. The latest update on the Note 10 Lite also brings the March 2021 monthly security patch. As for now, the details like size of OTA and changelog are not available, but the update may require a chunk of data for sideloading the One UI 3.1 update.

Talking about the One UI 3.1 Update for Galaxy Note 10 Lite, then the update comes with a flurry of new features. The update includes features like Private Share, Eye Comfort Shield, Remove location data, Auto Switch feature, along with a few other features. One UI 3.1 update on Galaxy Note 10 doesn’t have Object eraser feature, we can expect same with the Galaxy Note 10 Lite as well. For now, the official changelog is not available to us, we’ll add it when it is available to us.

As you know Samsung releases updates over the air in batches, which means if you are from France, you may have already received the update on your device. But if not then you can manually check for updates by going to Settings > System Updates. It will show the available update so tap on download and install to get it on your phone.

If you’re in a haste, then you can update your device manually using Firmware. You can download Galaxy Note 10 Lite Firmware from Frija tool, SamFirm tool, or SamMobile website. 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. I recommend you take a backup prior to diving into the process. That’s it.

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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