Samsung has been doing an outstanding job of pushing the Android 11 update to its smartphones, as we all know. Dozens of older Galaxy models have already received the update. The Samsung Galaxy A12 and Galaxy A02s have received the Android 11 update from the South Korean tech giant. We can anticipate that the new update will include all of the One UI 3.1 features seen on many other versions. You will find everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12 Android 11 updates right here.
The A025FXXU2BUDC and A125FXXU1BUE3 build numbers are being seeded in the new software update for Galaxy devices. The update is currently only available in Russia, but we can expect a broader release in the coming days. It’s the Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12’s first big OS update. Since it is likely to be heavier than standard OTA updates, I recommend sideloading it after connecting your smartphone to a secure Wi-Fi network.
The Galaxy A02s and A12 get the One UI 3.1-based Android 11 update, which comes with the May 2021 monthly security patch. Private Share, Nearby Share, Samsung Free, Eye Comfort Shield, Remove location data, Auto Switch feature, and a few other features are among the new features included in the update. You can also use Android 11’s basic features. The changelog for the newer version is currently unavailable; we will add it as soon as it becomes available.
Update to Android 11 for Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12
If you have a Galaxy A02s or Galaxy A12, you can update to the One UI 3.1 update. It is currently in a rolling process, but it will soon be open to all. You can check the Software Update in the meantime by going to Settings > Software Updates.
If the update isn’t available but you’re in a rush and want to try out Android 11, you can manually update your device to the newer version. The Firmware is available for download in our download section. Odin Tool can be used to flash the firmware once it has been downloaded. Before you begin, I strongly advise you to make a backup. That is everything there is to it.
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