Some bugs and other issues could be occurring with the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Good news is that firmware upgrades are available to resolve any problems you might be experiencing.
These problems are currently being fixed by new software updates. We’ll show you how to manually check for Android firmware upgrades on your Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
It is recommended that you manually search for the most recent Android firmware for your Samsung Galaxy S20. Automatic Update takes some time to find the necessary updates for your Galaxy S20 or S20+ Plus. This guide will show you how to search for an Android firmware that is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S20.
How do you check for Android firmware upgrades:
- Turn on the Galaxy S20, or Galaxy S20+
- Navigate to the menu page from the home screen
- Select from Settings
- Then select About device
- The Software Updates section is located at the top right of the screen
- Click on the listing, then select the “Update now” button to search for the latest firmware.
- If there is a new version of firmware available, you can download it and install it.
Where can I find the latest firmware for Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus versions?
Which displays the most current firmware version for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus, is a great website. You can find the latest firmware updates on any model of Samsung smartphone, even the Samsung Galaxy S20. They update the website often.
It is important to remember that after your Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus have been rooted you no longer receive official update notifications. Therefore, you need to keep checking for updated firmware for your Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
You can find the current firmware number of your device by going to Settings. Browse for About Device > Built Number. Call *#1234 # to check which version of firmware is currently installed.