Every mobile phone has system updates. Sometimes the users of the smartphones don’t pay to much attention and forget to update the software. Some might just choose not to update the software. However, it is important to update the system on your smartphone. Why? In order to ensure you get the best experience on your mobile phone.
We are going to help you do just that on your Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone. If you are wondering how to update your software, you are in the right place. Continue reading below for the full guidance on how to update your mobile phone’s system.
The importance of software updates
You might think it is not important to update your software, but you would be wrong. What does a software update do exactly? It maintains the highest level of security on your smartphone. Besides the new security patches, it also comes with improvements. Some systems might have a glitch, a bug, a specific issue, and here is where the software update comes in handy. The update will more than likely fix your smartphone’s problems, bugs. A system update can also introduce new features as well as changes in design.
Before move on with the guide steps, there are a few things you need to check first:
- Check the space available on your smartphone.
- You need at least 50 % of the battery in order to ensure the finalization of the update.
- Always use Wi-Fi when updating your software.
Here are the steps you need to follow in order to update your software on your Samsung Galaxy 10:
- Go to Settings
- Scroll down and tap on the Software update
- Next, tap on Check for updates
Your smartphone will reboot itself after the installation of the software is done. Then you can start using your smartphone again.