At least the S9/S9+ is listed, I'm still on June Security update on my S10+ :S
Well - My S10+ is also on the June Security Patch - Which is one of the reasons I posted the link to Fido's OS Update Schedule 😉
Fido is saying the expected date for the August Security Patch is September 3rd - So it's reasonable to believe that Rogers has the same date - They just haven't updated their OS Update Schedules yet...
I'm just making a little dig at Rogers - This isn't the first time that Fido has been providing the in ahead of it's Parent company
I was automatically rolled into the Android 10 UI2 update on my Samsung S10 on December 17th, 2019. Since that update most of my apps have not performed correctly. Issues include:
-Security certificate issues
-Inability to access cached data
Most annoyingly affected apps include
-Uber/Uber Eats/Waze/Pretty much all apps that depend on maps or location settings
-Outlook (exchange server issues)
-Chrome (Can't access most popular websites. Proper security certificate not available)
-Gmail (security issue with Chrome has exposed my cached passwords for 100 sites
All of the forums online show that an urgent security patch was released to users of the same device on Bell/Telus and mostly all providers in the US but specifically not Rogers. The pixel is supposedly receiving updates now on Rogers but still not the Samsung S10 which is probably the most expensive Android phone. Looking for clear messaging from Rogers when we will get the crucial security update.
Samsung S10 UI 2.1 Update?
Samsung started rolled out a software update for the Galaxy S10 series early April 2020 which brought One UI 2.1 to Galaxy S smartphones.
Samsung confirmed earlier this week that it would release the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10 in the United States starting April 3.
When will it be available from Rogers in Canada?
Looks like April 13th!
Thanks for your post! It sounds like you are quite eager to receive the latest updates for the S10 series, and understandably so. 🙂
As explained in our post about our OS Upgrade Process, there is lots of testing that goes on behind the scenes before a new software or security update may be released to the public. I would recommend keeping a close watch on our OS Upgrade Schedule to receive news on when the latest updates are scheduled for release. Please also keep in mind that they are rolled out in batches once available,
Thanks for your enthusiasm and for your kind understanding in this matter.