While the Galaxy S10 series was launched in February with Android 9 “One UI 1.5” pre-installed in it, Samsung has officially started the One UI 2.0 “Android 10” beta program for the Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+ smartphones which will be expanded to other Samsung phones.

Meanwhile, if it happens that you're among those who are eagerly waiting to upgrade their S10 series smartphone to the latest One UI 2.0 beta, this step-by-step guide can assist you in making it possible.

Thanks to Xda member Cyber John for extracting the Update.ZIP file from the international variants of Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ (SM-G97xF). Also, thanks to another Xda member henklbr for sharing the build and guide to install this firmware.
Disclaimer: AndroBliz should not be held responsible for any damages or loss you get following this procedure, hence we're here to offer help and guide to you "users at  their own risk". Also, this is a manual installation process so you won’t receive further version upgrades until you are registered for the beta program.
Warning: The following installation guide is only for Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ models. So, do not try this method on other smartphones.
» Important:
  • Before the installation, we recommend you to take a backup of your smartphone to prevent any data loss.
  • Do not disconnect or move the data cable or your phone or try to press any physical key during the installation process.
  • This firmware version is only the BETA and not a stable update. It may also contain some bugs.

» Downloads:
» Please Note:
After downloading the firmware file, it’s required for you to rename the file as “update.zip”. Hence, you can proceed with the installing process after that.

How To Install One UI 2.0 Beta Manually On Galaxy S10, S10e And S10+:

  • Get SDK platform-tools from the Downloads above.
  • Extract the SDK on your desktop.
  • Open the extracted folder and copy the update.zip (firmware).
  • Inside the folder, press and hold the left shift + right-mouse-click and select “open command prompt here” to open it.
  • Now, Turn off your phone.
  • Enter recovery mode by press and holding the Power + Bixby + Volume buttons altogether for a few seconds.
  • Select “Update via ADB” (You can scroll using volume keys and select using the power button).
  • Connect your phone to the PC via the USB cable.
  • In the command prompt run the following command:  ./adb devices
  • Wait a few seconds while it searches your phone.
  • If your device is found, run the following command: ./adb sideload update.zip
  • The update process will start automatically, it will take some time to complete.
  • Once the process is completed, the phone will boot itself and update the apps and direct you to the home screen.
  • After the installation, Clear your cache by going into recovery (VoIUP – Bixby – Power).

» Bugs:
It has issues with ‘android.process.media’.
  • To fix it, go to Settings => Apps => Show system applications in the upper-right corner.
  • Select Media Storage => Storage => Delete Data.
  • Then select “Sec Media Storage” => Storage => Clear Data and that's it.



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