Sprint has released a software update to fix LTE reception issues plaguing the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. Many Galaxy S10 owners in the US have been complaining about poorer signal reception, with Sprint’s variants affected considerably more than those on AT&T and T-Mobile’s network. Sprint had acknowledged the issue and released an update last month to fix it, but the problem hadn’t completely gone away. Now, the carrier has released a new update, once again promising improvements to LTE performance.However, the issue still persists, according to some users on this Reddit thread, although there aren’t enough reports yet for a proper conclusion. The update does include the April 2019 security patch, though. The April match hasn’t been released for unlocked or carrier-branded Galaxy S10s anywhere else, so Sprint is the first to offer the newest security fixes to Samsung’s latest flagships. Some users also report that the recent fingerprint sensor update for the S10 and S10+ also showed up for them after installing the new update.You should be able to download the update over the air on your S10e, S10, or S10+ by going into the Software update menu of the Settings app and tapping Download and install. Do tell us whether the network issues on your phone disappear after you’ve updated; if not, then you’ll just have to hope Sprint does the needful with the next update.galaxy s10 sprint april updateGalaxy S10e