Galaxy A02 Gets The Android 11 Update


Galaxy A02 Gets The Android 11 Update

The Galaxy A02 has finally started receiving its Android 11 update. The update is now rolling out in Russia and is expected to expand to more markets over the coming weeks. It also includes a Security patch on September 20, 2021, which solves more than 50 security and privacy weaknesses.


Galaxy A02

Samsung has announced the latest software update for Samsung’s Galaxy A02 with firmware version A022GDXU2BUI3. It comes with Android 11 and One UI 3.1. It adds new features, such as chat bubbles that can be used once and auto permissions reset and a slightly redesigned user interface, additional lock screen widgets, improved applications, and a completely redesigned device care section.


If you’re an A02 Galax user from Russia and in Russia, you could receive a notification about the latest update. If you do not want to be patiently waiting for the update to arrive on its own, you can verify it yourself by going to Settings > Software update and then tapping Download and Install. You can get the complete firmware by visiting our Firmware section. You can then flash it by hand.

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Samsung had announced its Galaxy A02 earlier this year featuring Android 10 and One UI 2 on board. The phone could receive an Android 12 update sometime next year, which could be the phone’s final important Android OS update.


Samsung Galaxy A series One User Interface 3.0/3.1 (Android 11) update status: What do we have learned about



Samsung has begun rolling out its new skin — OneUI 3.0 — which is based upon Android 11 for the Galaxy S20 series in December following several weeks of beta testing.


One UI 3.0 is atop the OS Android 11 brings a ton of new features and enhancements to eligible devices. Additionally, Samsung tweaked the user interface and added new animations that provide the user with a unique experience.


It’s possible that some Samsung Galaxy A series models received the One UI 3.0 upgrade earlier than initially planned. Here’s the reason.


The company has been seen trying out Android 11 on some Galaxy A series models like Samsung’s Galaxy A50, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, the Galaxy A50s, and Galaxy A70s.


The three mentioned devices are scheduled to get the update by May. In addition, Samsung has released the update on a handful of devices before its own timeline.


Additionally, since test builds appear frequently, it indicates that Samsung has gotten past the initial stages of development and is likely to finalize the update to ensure an unstoppable rollout for the devices.


Currently, Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is the only Galaxy A series device part of the OneUI 3.0 Beta program.


Other models of the Galaxy A family may not receive the beta update, but instead, they will be upgraded with Android 11 directly.