A new software update is now seeding for the latest Samsung Galaxy M20. This upgrade is making its way over-the-air with build number M205FDDU1ASB4. It brings the March 2019 security patch along with improvements for the camera. The software is based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
However, it also adds up Amazon shopping application which a few users may find as bloatware. Well, you can delete the App after you finish installing the update. We guess it’s a promotional act from Samsung as the Galaxy M20 is exclusive to be available on Amazon.
This is an incremental rollout that will reach the users gradually all over the globe. So, if you have the patience you can wait for it to knock in automatically. Otherwise, go to device Settings > Software Updates > Download Updates Manually. This will now search for the latest M205FDDU1ASB4 software. If you see it’s available, then to download it, use a Wi-Fi connection. Of course, the software OTA file size is of 368 MB, so downloading via Wi-Fi will save your carrier data charges. Also, make sure to have ample battery charge of 50% or more before installing the OTA.
Now, everyone will not receive the automatic update at one time. If you prefer a more instantaneous update to the latest software, we have got you covered. You can manually download 1ASB4 firmware for Galaxy M20 and manually install it. You can check out the Samsung stock firmware installation guide. Basically, you have to make use of the Odin Tool to flash the firmware.
So, that’s it. Make sure to get this update as it will enhance the performance of M20 camera. Also, it packs the latest month’s security. It’ a good start from Samsung by rolling timely updates right from the beginning of the month. We hope this trait continues in the future as well.