Samsung Galaxy S20 now get supports Maintenance mode feature

The Galaxy S20 was the 2020’s flagship device and came with Android 10 pre-installed; since then, it has received three Android updates. Recently the device has grabbed the Android 13 update. The device is also the first among the Galaxy devices which receive the December 2022 security update. After that, it has now received one more update for all three Galaxy S20 series phones, including Galaxy S20 general, S20+, and S20 Ultra.

According to the Galaxy Club, the new update changelog described improvements in the stability of the functions and device security, but after installing it, you will find out the update adds a new Maintenance mode feature to your device. As of now, the update is available in some European regions, including Germany and Switzerland. However, it is expected to expand in other countries soon. Users who own Galaxy S20 series smartphones can identify the new update by the firmware version number G98xxXXUFGVL5.

What is the Maintenance mode?

Maintenance mode is a feature which was introduced by Samsung back in October and came preloaded with the One UI 5.0, but for some reason, Samsung has distributed this feature to limited Galaxy devices. Therefore Samsung is now fixing its mistake and serving the feature for other Galaxy devices in further updates.

Maintenance mode is a very useful feature for Galaxy users. With the help of this, you can hide all personal data, including images, videos, and third-party apps, at the time of repair of your device. Now you don’t have to reset your galaxy phone when you want to get it repaired to secure your privacy.

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