Until recently, Samsung has only focused on its flagship pricing but with this year, the tech giant released a new M and A series which surprised the market. While the M series was specifically designed for India, the A generation was launched worldwide.
The M30 is by far the best smartphone of the M series so far. It comes with a 6.4-inch 1080 x 2340 pixels display, and an aspect ratio of 19:5:9. The device features an octa-core Exynos 7904 with 1.8 GHz. Galaxy M30 sports a triple camera array on the back, a 13-megapixel, 5-megapixel and another 5-megapixel while on the front it has a 16-megapixel camera. The phone has a 5000mAh battery and comes with a Samsung Adaptive fast charger, also features an amazing fingerprint sensor.
Late on May, the smartphone started to receive an update that brought Android 9.0 Pie and Samsung’s new OneUI which is also incorporated into the S10 and other Galaxy devices as well.
As the Android 9.0 Pie has made its way to the M30, the chances of receiving another update which would feature the Android 10 Q are somewhere up to 50 percent. However, if Samsung do intend to give the Galaxy M30 the Android 10 Q update, it will most likely arrive sometime in the fourth quarter of 2020.
How to Install OTA Updates Using Odin
- Download Odin and the latest ROM for your phone
- Extract the downloaded Odin file on the PC in a new folder.
- Click right on Odin App and select ‘Run as Administrator’ option
- Power off your smartphone, and press and hold the Power button and the Volume Down key at the same time (the phone will boot into download mode)
- After booting, a yellow warning triangle will appear. As soon as you see it, press Volume Up key
- A window will appear saying ‘Downloading’
- Connect your phone to the PC through a USB cable.
- A notification saying ‘Added’ will appear on Odin, in the lower side of its interface
- Click on the ‘AP button’ and it will open the file sector dialog box
- Select the file you have to flash and tap ‘OK’. Wait until it appears a window on the left saying that MD5 verified successfully.
- Click on ‘Start’ and wait for the program to move the ROM on to your phone. Whether successful or not, a window will appear saying ‘Pass’ or ‘Failed’
- Boot your smartphone into recovery mode by pressing the Volume Up and the Power button at the same time
- After successfully booting, select ‘Wipe Data’ using the volume buttons and then press the Power key for ‘OK’ – this will delete all your data from the device
- Restart your smartphone.
You are all set.