Samsung has released a new firmware update for the Galaxy A50. The update, labeled A505FNXXU2ASH1, is currently available in the 3IE region and features the CSC version A505FNCKH2ASG4.
The firmware update includes the following improvements:
Improved camera stability Enhanced camera picture quality Improved Wi-Fi connectivity and stability Enhanced device security Other stabilizer codes applied
The update is part of the CKH multi-CSC region. While it has not yet been released for the DRE or HUI regions, it can be installed without issues. However, please note that the bootloader in the new version of the firmware has been changed, and you will not be able to downgrade back to A505FNXXU1ASE3.
Samsung has announced plans to release the following versions by the end of August:
A505FNXXU2ASH1/A505FNOVF2ASG5 as part of the OVF Multi-CSC A505FNXXU2ASH1/A505FNODX2ASG4 as part of the ODX Multi-CSC A505FNXXU2ASH1/A505FNOXJ2ASG4 as part of the OXJ Multi-CSC A505FNXXU2ASH1/A505FNOXM2ASG4 as part of the OXM Multi-CSC A505FNXXU2ASH1/A505FNOBE2ASG4 as part of the OBE Multi-CSC
The firmware update is available for download at the following link:
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