One UI 2.0 by Samsung

Updated: The latest One UI 2.0 Beta 6 for the Snapdragon Galaxy S10 series is now available for download. This features the new build number G975USQU2ZSKJ for the Galaxy S10 Plus. Download the OTA update zip from below. Plus we have also listed the Android 10 beta 5 (ZSKF) Beta 4 (ZSK9), and Beta 3 (ZSK3) all the way down to the first one for the Snapdragon S10+. So download and update your S10 from United States for both unlocked and carrier variants like T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and more. Moreover, Android 10 Beta 7 is now rolling out with build G975USQU2ZSKL in the USA. Download link coming soon.

Android 10 Beta 7 with build ZSKL for Galaxy S10+ USA

Original: Samsung just released the third beta update for the stunning One UI 2.0 firmware based on Android 10. If you don’t already know, One UI 2.0 was officially announced at the Samsung Developer Conference 2019 live event held just last week. However, we already have the Android 10 beta update for the Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus available officially via Samsung Members app. So you can sign up and download the One UI 2.0 beta based on Android 10 for Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 Plus right away. However, if you don’t get the OTA (over-the-air) update from settings > system update > download OTA update, then download the One UI 2.0 from below and manually update your Galaxy S10 Plus.

The latest One UI 2.0 beta 3 update is now rolling out for Snapdragon variants of the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 Plus. This comes to the North American regions (USA) with carriers like T-Mobile, Sprint, and unlocked devices. the new OTA features many bug fixes, major system improvements, and updated apps. It also fixes various parts of the system like the quick settings panel, issues with keyboard, problems with AOD, and glitches with the Night Mode (Dark Mode for Android). You can checkout the complete changelog our previous post here about the Exynos variants of One UI 2.0 Android 10 Beta 3.

The latest Android 10 beta in the USA features new firmware build numbers G975USQU2ZSK3 for the Galaxy S10 Plus (SM-G975U)G973USQU2ZSK3 for the Galaxy S10 (SM-G973U) and G970USQU2ZSK3 for the Galaxy S10e (SM-G970U). So download the latest OTA zip file from below and update your T-Mobile Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus manually; provided you already have the One UI 2.0 firmware installed. In which case, you simply need the beta 3. If not, then visit our previous posts for the Android 9 Pie to Android 10 update tutorials from below. This should also work on all the variants like T-Mobile AT&T, Verizon, Sprint; except for the Unlocked variants.

Android 10 Beta 3 for Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus

Download OneUI 2.0 beta 6 for for Snapdragon Galaxy S10+ T-Mobile/Sprint/AT&T/Verizon variants

While you can still update your Samsung devices to Android 10 using Samsung Members app, we also have the OTA update zip files using which you can manually update your phones. This is especially useful if your device or region is not supported for the beta program.

Following we have listed the official Android 10 OTA file for the Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus variants. The OTA update will take you device from Beta 2 to Beta 1.

Downloads One UI  2.0 beta 6 to beta 7

The beta 7 goes from base firmware G975USQU2ZSKJ to G975USQU2ZSKL (beta 7).

  • Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus One UI 2.0 | Download G975USQU2ZSKJ to ZSKL (coming soon…)

Downloads One UI  2.0 beta 5 to beta 6

The beta 6 goes from base firmware G975USQU2ZSKF to ZSKJ (beta 6).

Downloads One UI  2.0 beta 4 to beta 5

The beta 5 goes from base firmware G975USQU2ZSK9 to ZSKF (beta 5).

Downloads One UI  2.0 beta 3 to beta 4

The beta 4 goes from base firmware G975USQU2ZSK3 to ZSK9 (beta 4).

Downloads One UI  2.0 beta 3

The beta 3 goes from base firmware G975USQU2ZSJF (beta 2) to G975USQU2ZSK3 (beta 3). It comes in a big package with around 939 MB in size.

Previous beta 1 and beta 2:

Checkout: Android 10 Beta 6 for Unlocked variants of Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus in USA [One UI 2.0]

How to update Snapdragon Galaxy S10 Plus to Android 10 beta 3?

Step 1: Make sure your Galaxy S10+ is on the previous Android 10 beta 2 ZSJF build.

Step 2: Download G975USQU2ZSJF-to-U2ZSK3 OTA update zip from above. Rename it to and transfer the file to your phone’s storage or SD card. Keep a copy on your PC, Mac Book, or Linux machine.

Step 3: Reboot your Galaxy phone into Recovery mode. To do so, turn of your phone completely and then press and hold Power + Volume Up + Bixby buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.

Step 4: From the stock recovery mode, use the volume buttons to navigate and select the option “apply update from SD card“.

Step 5: Navigate to the update zip file (ZSJF-to-ZSK3) in SD card and hit power button to select it.

Step 6: The update should soon begin. The update can take about 10 or more minutes.

Step 7: Repeat the same for further OTA update like beta 2, beta 3, and more (if available)

You may also need to know how to restore Samsung Galaxy devices back to stock Android 9 Pie. One UI 2.0 beta 3 for the Unlocked Galaxy S10 Plus is also rolling out with firmware build number G975U1UEU2ZSK3 for the (SM-G975U1). So stay tuned.

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4 responses

  1. Andrew Hahn Avatar
    Andrew Hahn

    This says Verizon variant. but the model number is different. I’m running the note 10+ 5g on Verizon model # Sm-N976V. Are we sure this will work?

    1. AndroidSage Avatar

      Hi Andrew. The post is for the Galaxy S10, not the Note 10. So it won’t work. But you can still try signing up officially using the Samsung Members app. Checkout this tutorial:

  2. Jay Emerson Avatar
    Jay Emerson

    Hi, I’m planning to upgrade my s10+ to android 10 (One Ui beta) came from android pie latest. I’m not eligible to register the One ui beta program as of now and there is no certain notification to register One Ui Beta from samsung members app. My question is, if i try to get and install the the One UI beta here in your website. will i get the next beta update from OTA though I’m not an eligible beta tester? Thanks in advance.

    1. AndroidSage Avatar

      No you won’t. You will need to manually update to the next beta and then finally to the stable version. We do have the the latest beta 4. You can search for it on the website. Also, according to reports, the beta 4 may very well be the last one. So you could wait for the stable version or you could update to the beta.

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