Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20e and Galaxy XCover 4s get updated to Android 10 with One UI 2.0

Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20e and Galaxy XCover 4s get updated to Android 10 with One UI 2.0

Samsung is on a roll during the last few days, as the Korean OEM has upgraded a bunch of devices from their portfolio to Android 10. The company has even delivered One UI 2.0 to 2018’s Galaxy J6, which is rather fascinating by Samsung’s own standards. Three more phones, the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20e, and the Galaxy XCover 4s are now receiving the same treatment across the globe.

Samsung Galaxy A10


The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android phone of 2019 and the Android 10 update now makes this device even more attractive. The OTA, tagged as A105FDDU3BTCA, is currently available in India, which also brings in March 2020 security patches. The build is meant for the SM-A105F variant, while other regional models (SM-A105FN/G/M/N) are still running Android Pie.


Samsung Galaxy A10 XDA Forums

Samsung Galaxy A20e

Talking about the Galaxy A20e, the Android 10 update for the phone comes in the form of software version A202FXXU3BTC7 on the global variant (SM-A202F). Unlike the case of Galaxy A10, this build bumps the Android security patch level to April 2020. The initial rollout is limited to Slovakia, albeit other regions should get the OTA soon.

Samsung Galaxy A20e XDA Forums

Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s

The XCover tag is reserved for rugged devices, and the Galaxy XCover 4s is not an exception. This affordable rugged phone was launched less than a year ago with features like an IP68 water and dust resistance rating and a 2,800mAh removable battery. Samsung has now brought the goodness of One UI 2.0 to the phone via software version G398FNXXU4BTC7.


Thanks to the unchanged bootloader version in all the cases, users can perform a downgrade to Android Pie, though we would still advise caution. The updates for the aforementioned devices are rolling out in batches, but you can skip the queue and download the new firmware packages directly from the Samsung update server using Frija.

Thanks to Samsung Members Community user sayanrocks for the screenshot!

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DIY enthusiast (i.e. salvager of old PC parts). An avid user of Android since the Eclair days, Skanda also likes to follow the recent development trends in the world of single-board computing.

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