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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ now getting One UI 2.1 update


One week after T-Mobile’s Galaxy S10 phones got their One UI 2.1 update, it’s the Galaxy Note 10’s turn to be updated.

T-Mobile is now updating the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ to versions N970USQU3CTC9 and N975USQU3CTC9, respectively. These are sizable updates, coming in at more than 1GB in size, so you may want to find a speedy data connection before starting the download.

As for what’s included, these Note 10 updates are similar to the Galaxy S10 updates that went out last week. They include new camera features like timelapse for night mode, support for recording videos in FHD/UHD at 60fps with the front camera, and a Pro Video mode that lets you adjust settings like the ISO, shutter speed, and exposure while recording video.

Also packed into this update are Gallery improvements like grouping of similar photos for a more organized gallery and an improved search feature that’ll let you find photos based on info like the time or place they were taken. The Samsung keyboard now has a new undo/redo gesture that you can perform by swiping left or right on the keyboard with two fingers, too.

There’s a new Quick Share feature that’ll let you easily beam files to nearby Samsung devices, too, and the April 2020 Android security patches are packed in there as well. The full changelog for this new update is available at the bottom of this post.

These new updates are now rolling out over the air to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. You should see it hit your device in the coming days, but if you don’t feel like waiting you can try checking for your update manually by going into Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

If you’ve got a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+, let us know when your update hits!

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Thanks Aaron and Rove!

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