The Samsung Galaxy S20 receives new firmware updates from time to time, which provide the phone with new features, security updates and GUI improvements. Such a firmware update is usually rolled out automatically on the Samsung Galaxy S20, but this can sometimes take longer.
In this case, it often helps if you manually trigger the search for a new firmware update. How does this work exactly? Here are our instructions on the subject:
How to search for new firmware with the Samsung Galaxy S20
Open the settings on the Samsung Galaxy S20
Navigate further to "Software Update".
Now select "Download and Install".
We recommend that you activate W-Lan here beforehand, as the mobile data volume will not be used up if an update is available for download.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 will now connect to the Samsung update server and check whether a newer version than the installed one is available. If so, the download will start. If there is no newer version available, "Your software is up to date" is still displayed.
So you know where to look for a new firmware update on the Samsung Galaxy S20 to keep the Android operating system in shape.