The Samsung Galaxy S20 series began to push the Android 13 / OneUI 5 system in early November this year, citing a report from the foreign technology media Galaxy Club that the series has recently received the G98**XXUFGVL5 firmware update again, including 12 A maintenance mode was introduced alongside the monthly security patch.
Samsung announced in late October that it would introduce a repair mode in OneUI 5.0, but it’s currently limited to some high-end Galaxy models. Samsung is working to expand the repair mode to more models.
When users need to take their Galaxy phones to a repair center for maintenance, they can turn on this mode and block all the data on the phone that contains personal information.
To access the repair mode, you need to turn it on in Settings > Battery and Battery Care, after which the phone will reboot. After the reboot, a separate account is created on the phone for technicians to use when repairing the phone, thus preventing them from accessing the user’s personal data.
The update has already been pushed to European Galaxy S20 models, and it is believed that Samsung will also push it to China Galaxy S20 devices in the near future.