'Why won't my Samsung Galaxy S10 update?': 4 ways to fix your Galaxy S10 when updates won't install properly
- If your Samsung Galaxy S10 won't update properly, there are a few ways you can fix the issue and update your phone.
- You should make sure you're installing the update on a reliable Wi-Fi network and then try restarting your Galaxy S10 to refresh device.
- If the problem persists, you can try to install the update from Samsung's Smart Switch app or by wiping the cache partition on the phone.
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When your Samsung Galaxy S10 is working properly - which, hopefully, is most of the time - it should automatically install system updates.
Sometimes, though, a glitch on your phone prevents an update from installing.
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Why your Samsung Galaxy S10 won't update, and how to fix it
Make sure you're using Wi-Fi
Restart your Galaxy S10
Install the update from Smart Switch
Wipe the cache partition