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  #2367919 4-Dec-2019 09:30
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Nope not me, but it's supposed to be out in January for these devices so I'll check it out then.


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  #2367937 4-Dec-2019 09:55
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dpw:

Has anyone here tried Android 10 by any means, beta testing, etc?



Been using for a few weeks. Super clean.

My only gripe (a Google gripe) is that the Google gestures are disabled when using s custom launcher. This was just fixed on pixels and will come to Samsung too.

Other than that I love it.

 
 
 
 


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  #2377372 17-Dec-2019 22:19
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I purchased a dual SIM s10e from a parallel importer last Friday, it downloaded Android 10 security patch 1st December. All works very slick, gestures etc. Not sure which country it was destined for.

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  #2377467 18-Dec-2019 08:17
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Hoping 2Degrees aren't too late the Android 10 Party. Having been very happy with my recent move from Apple to Android for the first time in 6 or so years, I had forgotten how annoying it was to be reliant on the carriers for releasing upgrades...





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  #2378044 18-Dec-2019 21:02
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My S10+ picked up Android 10 and the new UI tonight. Spark network


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  #2378051 18-Dec-2019 21:18
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Nice. I checked a few hours ago and nothing. After your message, checked and now in for Voda for 10+




- Telstra HTC Touch Pro2 - Energy ROM WM6.5.5 20 Oct/Cyanogen Mod Froyo 2.2 - R.I.P
- AT&T Galaxy S Captivate 16GB on XT (now with brother)
- Samsung Galaxy S2 on XT- Runs ICS 4.0.3 Resurrection Remix 9.2
- Business Hours - Work In The Electricity Industry, After Hours - DJ/Turntablist - Will Scratch Vinyl For Free'
- What's next??? S3?

 
 
 
 


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  #2378058 18-Dec-2019 21:27
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great, just checked my 2 degrees S10+ and it is also available. So doing the android 10 update now.  I use it on Vodafone network


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  #2378078 18-Dec-2019 21:59
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Yep. 2 Degrees on 2 Degrees SIM and downloading now for S10+

 

 

 

Pretty good turnaround for Android I guess





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  #2378233 19-Dec-2019 09:45
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Factory reset after the upgrade?





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  #2378258 19-Dec-2019 09:52
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Looks like it is live for everyone: NZCTNZ, VNZ

 

Shindig:

 

Factory reset after the upgrade?

 

 

Maybe just do the smart-switch back-up thing first, but I didn't bother with the OG One UI / Pie 


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  #2378399 19-Dec-2019 11:41
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So I've upgraded my phone this morning after reading these posts, but thus far I've not found anything to get too excited about.

 

Dark mode in Gmail, and dark mode supported in both the Gmail and Google Calendar widgets (prior they looked weird side-by-side as the former supported it but not the latter) is nice but not earth-shattering.

 

Oh, I the new gesture for a 'smallified' screen is quite handy for one-handed usage.

 

Clearly need to go do some research to find what I'm missing!

 

 


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  #2378402 19-Dec-2019 11:43
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jonathan18:

 

So I've upgraded my phone this morning after reading these posts, but thus far I've not found anything to get too excited about.

 

Dark mode in Gmail, and dark mode supported in both the Gmail and Google Calendar widgets (prior they looked weird side-by-side as the former supported it but not the latter) is nice but not earth-shattering.

 

Oh, I the new gesture for a 'smallified' screen is quite handy for one-handed usage.

 

Clearly need to go do some research to find what I'm missing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indeed - I have struggled to find any meaningful functional changes or even cosmetic ones! Not sure if that is more due to OneUI or the core Android 10 update itself?





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  #2378405 19-Dec-2019 11:50
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I'm using an alternative launcher (Microsoft Launcher) so wondered if that was why I'm missing out on some of the goodness.

Looks like a new popup feature for notifications that will open in a small window which can then be maximised, which could be handy (or maybe I just missed that earlier).

Also noticed a black bar below the Google Keyboard which is actually kind of annoying as it was easier to use by feel when the bottom row was against the base of the phone.

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  #2378422 19-Dec-2019 12:17
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Also noticed a black bar below the Google Keyboard which is actually kind of annoying as it was easier to use by feel when the bottom row was against the base of the phone.

 

This link should help with black bar.

 

https://www.theandroidsoul.com/how-to-remove-the-keyboard-black-bar-on-android-10-update-on-samsung-galaxy-s10-and-note-10-devices/

 

Anybody use google chrome browser  and been able to update to version 79 yet .I got android web view system update this morning but still not able to update from ver 78 to 79 on google chrome they say that serious problem with browser has been fixed not major for me as still use samsung internet browser more.

 

 


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