[Available in more regions] Stable Android 11 update for Samsung Galaxy S20 released (One UI 3.0)

In September, Samsung initially kicked-off the One UI 3.0 based Android 11 beta update for the Galaxy S20 lineup. Now the news comes out that, the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out One UI 3.0 Stable Update for Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. The stable build is rolling over-the-air with a handful of useful features to the 2020 S-series phones. Here’s everything you need to know about Samsung Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 Update (Stable Android 11).

Note: The latest Android 11 update for Galaxy S20 is now available in other regions including South Korea, the USA, and Europe. And soon it will be available in other regions.

There are a number of users on social media reportedly receiving the Android 11 Stable Update on Galaxy S20. As for now, the stable build is seeding over-the-air in the USA via Verizon with the G98XVSQU1CTKH build number. The update is now available in other As it’s a stable build, so there’s no need to be worried much about the bugs. The One UI 3.0 stable builds pack all the essential features which are available in the previously released beta patches.

In terms of features details, then the Samsung Galaxy S20 Android 11 Stable update bags the overhauled Notification panel and long-press menu for apps, new Volume controls layout, intuitive lock screen and Bixby Routines, a flurry of customizations to AOD, and much more. It also bags basic features of Android 11, as for now, the full changelog of the newer update is not available to us.

Samsung Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 Update (Stable Android 11)

As I mentioned earlier, the Android 11 stable update for Galaxy S20 is weeding in the USA for Verizon users. The stable patch for other users will be rolling in the coming days via OTA. Not only the features, but the update also bump up the monthly security patch version on the Galaxy S20 series phones.

In case you’ve not received the OTA notification on your Galaxy S20, then I recommend you to check the updates manually in the system settings.

To manually check for updates simply go to Settings on your Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. And then go to System > Software Update. It will show the available update that you can download and install on your phone.

You can also download the firmware for the Galaxy S20 manually if it is available on Samsung’s server, by following the below tips.

If you’re in a haste, then you update your device manually, using 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. Then flash the file 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: Extended to other regions

Earlier today the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 stable update rolled out in the USA. But not update is also available in other regions. Galaxy S20 Android 11 update now extended to South Korea, the USA, and Europe. Soon other regions will be joining the list. The update contains all the Android 11 and One UI 3.0 features. We will keep updating this article when the device gets newer updates.

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