T-Mobile sending out Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e security updates


One month after T-Mobile last updated the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e, it’s begun pushing another update to those devices.

T-Mobile is now pushing an update to its Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e that includes the April 1, 2019 Android security patches. Samsung’s changelogs for the updates state that they also include device stability improvements, bug fixes, new and/or enhanced features, and performance improvements. The update does not appear to include the dedicated Night Mode for the camera that recently rolled out to international S10 models.

If you’ve got a Galaxy S10, be on the lookout for an update to version G973USQU1ASD7. You Galaxy S10+ owners are getting an update to version G975USQU1ASD7, and Galaxy S10e owners are being updated to version G970USQU1ASD7.


TmoNews readers Mike, Aaron, and JC have all received updates on their Galaxy S10 series devices, so these updates have begun rolling out over the air. You can check for your phone’s update manually by launching the Settings app, selecting “Software update”, and then tapping on “Download updates manually”.

Be sure to let us know once your T-Mobile Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e gets updated!

Thanks, Mike, Aaron, and JC!

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  • Probablynot

    They’ve also yet to fix the butt dialing (double tap to wake lets it wake up in pocket). I’m beginning to think they’re either not going to or CAN’T fix it in which case idk what I’m going to JOD to because this will probably be a ‘thing’ with all new Samsung phones with the stupid all screen display and under screen proximity sensor. I’ve already called 911, and a few random people. It’s annoying and embarrassing, or at least it was, now it’s simply annoying because I have DT2W turned off but I like having it on.

    • Maj. Dixon Butts

      Pixel 3XL or Oneplus 7 pro…… I have the 6T with the international ROM on it.

    • Mike Smith

      You can turn off “double tap to wake” in settings.

      • J T

        But then it’s a pain to just check the time. Can’t simply double tap it on the table, have to find the power button and press it.


    • Matt Gloor

      Did you read the description? ” The update does not appear to include the dedicated Night Mode for the camera that recently rolled out to international S10 models.”

  • Michael Elkin

    WTF, you can only postpone 3 times? So if during the day it comes up 3 times, the next time you cannot do anything, either in an emergency or a dead battery it will force update itself to death?

  • Robert Thomas Johnson

    Lol tmobile still has its phone issues I’ve got a Att s10+ no problems at all with anything

    • Erik

      What u talking about TMobile having phone issues?

  • Jay Holm

    The LG G7 is never going to be updated to Android 9.0, is it?

    • Plow Rox

      Considering this entire article is about SAMSUNG devices, specifically the S10/e/+ models. I’m not entirely sure why you’d ask about LG. That being said I JOD’d from the LGv30 for the simple reason of it being almost a year and a half since v8.1 came out and almost a year since v9 came out and LG still hasn’t updated this so called flagship from LG. T-mobile really lets the manufacturers walk all over their paying customers by screwing them out of updates. Case in point When I bought the v30 I was offered a LG tablet for free with monthly discount payments. That tablet has never once received any sort of system update and it was out of date when T-mobile sold it to me! No idea if the g7 can be rooted, but give xda a look to see if you can get it updated that way. Good luck.

      • Maj. Dixon Butts

        The reason why I’ve left LG phones for good. I’ve had every LG phone from the G3 all the way up to the V30. I’ll never buy LG again. At least with Samsung, I can Odin over to the US non carrier version of their software without all the bloat. LG locks down their phones for good.

    • Mike Smith

      LG makes phones?

  • johnnyxlayer

    I have had this security update for over a week I normally check for system updates every few days

  • Philip

    My camera is updated this AM but I didnt see the dark mode for the Camera.

  • johnnyxlayer

    I just checked for a system update on my s10 and to my surprise there’s the may security patch to people check ur s10’s for the update