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Update as of March 17: Well, talking about AT&T rolling out OneUI 3.1 update on Samsung devices, it is now confirmed that the telecom carrier has now released OneUI 3.1 across both Galaxy S10 series and Note 10 series. This comprises Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e with upgraded firmware version GUBH while the Note 10 series comprises Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10 5G with upgraded version number FUBH. Both the series are getting March 2021 security patches with it. [Source 1, 2]
Update as of March 10: Based on the latest piece of information coming from AT&T itself, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update bearing build number DUB5 and has February 2021 security patch level on board. The update is arriving in the U.S. which goes without saying and it is rolling out in a batch-by-batch OTA manner. [Source]
#2: In a separate update, the Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.1 update has been spotted in Iraq as well as an individual confirmed intercepting the same. [Source]
Update as of March 5: According to the latest information arriving from AT&T in the U.S. itself, the telecom giant is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update via FOTA method on Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. The update carries version number DUB5 on all the models with a download size of 1.5GB on Galaxy S20 5G while the other two are getting the update with package size of 1.6GB each. [Source]
#2: In a separate update, AT&T is sending out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on Galaxy Note 20 5G and Note 20 Ultra 5G using a FOTA method with version number DUB5 weighing at 2.1GB each. The update is being released in a batch by batch manner as usual. [Source]
Update as of February 27: As per the latest update, U.S. major telecom carrier AT&T is now seeding Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update on Galaxy A51 5G in the country. The update is arriving via OTA.
Update as of February 15: The U.S. telecom carrier is now seeding out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G as per the latest intel. The update arriving with firmware version BUAC is rolling out in the United States on AT&T-locked units. [Source]
Update as of February 11: Based on the latest information posted by Android Police, AT&T is now seeding out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 updates across the Galaxy S10 series consisting of Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10+. The update with firmware version number EUA4 is arriving via OTA. [Source]
Update as of February 05: Based on the latest information that we are aware of, AT&T is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G in the United States. The update is arriving with version number DUA3 and with 2GB of download size. [Source]
Update as of January 27: Reports about Android 11 rolling out on Galaxy S10 have emerged. According to a user lolwutroflwaffle on Reddit, the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S10+ is now intercepting Android 11 with build number FTLN as seen in the screenshot linked below. The update is rolling out on Galaxy S10 series locked with AT&T and with a tonne of features improved a revamped user interface, 3 years of software updates guaranteed among others. [Source]
Update as of January 22: The U.S. telecom carrier giant AT&T is now pushing out Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.0 update with build number CTLL on Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G at the time of writing this. [Source]
Update as of January 22: According to the latest information rolling out, the Vodafone Australia has scheduled testing for Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G. This means that the update is likely to arrive soon as a stable update. [Source]
Update as of January 14: If you are a AT&T Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G user waiting for Android 11-based OneUI 3.0, your wait is over as the telecom carrier has confirmed that it has released the OTA update on January 12 with a download size of 2.2GB. The incoming update comes with a build number CTLB and with December 2020 security patch attached to it. [Source]
Update as of January 7: Based on the latest news that we know, U.S. telecom carrier giant AT&T is now rolling out Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 beta for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE leaving T-Mobile behind as these were the only two telecom carriers remaining to push the update when it comes to the four big carriers in the country. [Source]
Update as of December 12: Based on the latest update, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 which was earlier expected to get the OneUI 3.0 update in January, it is likely to start getting upgraded to the Android 11 build from December 14 itself. Speaking about the update, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are already getting upgraded to Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 with build number CTL2 in the U.S. This comes from a user on Twitter. Check out as you must get the update soon too. [Source]
Google announced the Android 11 back in February with the first developer preview that was released on Pixel devices. The Android 11 beta program was kickstarted in June 2020 when it arrived on all Pixel devices including 13 smartphones from 7 vendors. Android 11 was officially launch probably in early September and that is when OEMs will get the update as per their priority list that involves a number of factors.
Talking about Android 11 rollout, it usually takes time for OEMs to tweak it based on their custom skins. The tiresome process is releasing beta and stable updates to eligible phones. When it comes to carrier-branded phones, it takes a step ahead as the carriers to conduct internal testing before releasing the update. This causes delay and it could be on a magnitude of a month from the date of release on unlocked variants of the same phone.
We already have a dedicated list of trackers on Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile and here’s a tracker on AT&T Android 11 supported devices that will start its rollout once Android 11 releases in September.
AT&T Android 11 Update: Eligible Devices
Note that this is an unofficial and tentative list of Android 10 supported AT&T smartphones that are likely to get the update.
- Google Pixel 4 (Beta available)
- Google Pixel 4 XL (Beta available)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Series
- Samsung Galaxy S10 series
- Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
- Samsung Galaxy A51
- Samsung Galaxy A11
- Samsung Galaxy A01
- Samsung Galaxy Fold
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.11 (2020)
- LG V40 ThinQ
- LG Velvet 5G
- LG G8 ThinQ
- LG G8X ThinQ
Note that this is an unofficial list and thus, may change and we will update this story as soon as it reflects. There’s no ETA available for the Android 11 rollout of these phones and in fact it is possible that some of these phones might get the update sooner or later than their unlocked variant. Stay put to know more.