Download G977UVRU2ASH7: August 2019 patch for Verizon Galaxy S10 5G

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
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Verizon has started rolling out the August 2019 security patch update for Galaxy S10 5G (SM-G977U). It comes with the build number G977UVRU2ASH7 and is based on the latest Android 9.0 Pie version. The software update brings some of the bug fixes and system performance improvements as well.

The update is currently rolling out the firmware update for Verizon carriers via OTA (over the air). Along with Security patch, this update also brings performance and stability improvement. Here is the full detailed sheet of changes with August 2019, Android security patch. We have shared an installation guide along with pre-requirements, download links, and other tools. So, check out the full guide below.

The software update is currently available for Verizon carriers in USA. If you have not received then you can check for the OTA update manually.

Download G977UVRU2ASH7: August 2019 patch for Verizon Galaxy S10 5G

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Check for OTA Updates on Galaxy S10 5G

OTA (over-the-air) update comes automatically to a device whenever the manufacturer released an Android update for a particular device. Most of the smartphone OEMs provide OTA updates to its devices in incremental mode and takes a few days to receive completely. However, if your device isn’t receiving any OTA updates automatically, you can check for it.

In order to check for the OTA updates manually on your handset:

  • Go to your phone Settings > System Update.
  • Tap on Check for Latest Updates.
  • If the G977UVRU2ASH7 August 2019 patch update is available on your device, then tap on Download and Install it.
Important Note
The software may be big in size. We recommend you to download the update file by connecting your device to a good Wi-Fi network as it will save your carrier data charges. Make sure to charge your phone battery up to 70% before installing any update.

G977UVRU2ASH7: Firmware Details

Here is a little info about the firmware which brings the August 2019 security patch for Galaxy S10 5G.

  • Device Name: Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
  • Model: SM-G977U
  • Baseband Version: G977UVRU2ASH7
  • Region: USA
  • Carriers: Verizon
  • Security Patch Level: 2019-08-01
  • Software Supported: ODIN Tool
  • Android OS: 9.0 Pie

How to Install August 2019 Update on Verizon Galaxy S10 5G

We have to follow the regular process of using the Samsung Odin flash tool to install or update the Samsung stock firmware on Verizon Galaxy S10 5G device. We have provided the full guide below which will help you install the software on your phone. However, make sure to check the guidelines before you begin to flash the new update.

Pre-Requirements:

Warning
We’re at GetDroidTips will not be responsible for any kind of software or hardware problems occurs with your devices due to installing any third-party firmware. Proceed at your own risk.
Download Stock ROM

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Here is the download link for the new August 2019 security patch update based stock firmware for Verizon Galaxy S10 5G (SM-G977U).

G977UVRU2ASH7: Download

Installation Guide for Firmware

After downloading the firmware file, you need to use Odin Flash Tool to flash it on your device. Here is a detailed guide which you can follow to install the firmware on your device.

Guide to Install Firmware on any Samsung Device via Odin Tool

You can check out our full-depth tutorial video as well:

Video Guide to Flash Stock ROM on any Device

We hope this guide will be helpful to you and you’ve successfully installed the Stock Firmware on your Verizon Galaxy S10 5G device. If you’re facing any issues regarding this, you can write down your comments in the comment section below.

Source: Verizon

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